Laughlin Nevada Fish Report

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Anglers are finding continued success for hatchery trout that were planted in early October. A variety of baits and lures have proven effective and one more for the list is the floating mice tail. Though 20,000 fish were planted in late September and early October, catch-and-release fishing is still a good method of extending fishing opportunity. Most of the stripers coming in are in the five- to seven-pound range and have been hitting anchovies and trout-imitations.

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