Lake Mohave Fish Report

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
1-28-2014
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The various fish species are beginning to show signs of life after their winter slow down. Anglers are beginning to see bluegill and redear sunfish in deeper water and the fish are responding to small jigs and night crawler pieces.  Smallmouth and largemouth bass are also working out of their lethargic winter state and can  be found in coves at depths of 12 to 25 feet. The fish are hitting on plastics and night crawlers.  Striper catches are not large, but they are taking anchovies. A few fish are even hitting top-water or reaction baits in the early morning hours. Catfish anglers are finding the best fishing at night.


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