Lake Mead Fish Report

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-23-2014
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A full moon and rising temperatures are getting the blame for a sudden slowdown in fishing action, but anglers have found that getting an early start has improved fishing opportunities. Stripers comprise most of the catch, and anglers have found success while working spinnerbaits along the shoreline in the early morning. Largemouth bass action has slowed, but a 6.98-pound fish took big fish honors at a weekend tournament. As the nights get darker before the new moon on the April 29,  fishing under a light or with a submersible light could increase the odds of catching striped bass.  NDOW is urging boaters to use caution on the water due to safety issues associated with lower lake levels and changing structure in the water.


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