Crappie and Black Bass are Biting

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-20-2019
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Crappie and black bass are biting in the Overton Arm. Both smallmouth and largemouth bass species are in prespawn mode. Anglers are finding success throwing crankbaits near drop-offs in coves and casting Rat-L-Traps into the shallows. Stripers are active and chasing swimbaits or anchovies in the Government Wash area.



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