Fish Report for 6-27-2018
The Best Fishing is Taking Place in the Morning!
by Aaron Meier
High temperatures have put the brakes on fishing action this past week. The best fishing is taking place in the morning hours but slows considerably once the temperature reaches 100-degrees. Bass and bluegill have been laying in the shadows to avoid the excessive heat, while catfish are being found in the deeper sections of the ponds.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 27th, 2018
Lake Mead: Stripers were Boiling at Sunrise Saturday!
Lake Mohave: The Fish are Stocked on Fridays!
Colorado River - Laughlin: Everything is Biting Below Davis Dam!
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 20th, 2018
Lake Mead: The Striper Bite is Steady!
Lake Mohave: Black Bass Action is Good in the Cottonwood Basin!
Colorado River - Laughlin: Anchovies are a Top Bait for Both Stripers and Catfish!
: Night Crawlers and Mealworms have been Catching the Fish.
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Water Levels Remain Good!
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