Better Success Jigging in Deeper Water

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

 With temperatures holding in the 100-degree range, anglers targeting striped bass have had better success jigging in deeper water.  Despite the abundance of live bait, fish are hitting mostly on artificial lures.  Sunrise continues to be the best time to hit the water.  Black bass species are hitting occasionally on shad but are primarily taking lures in about 45-60 feet of water

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