Warmer Weather Has Increased Fishing Activity

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The warmer weather has increased fish activity along the Colorado River. Anglers fishing from shore and docks are catching striped bass and rainbow trout. Striped bass are showing a preference for anchovies and light-colored swimbaits. One angler reported catching an 11-pound striper on an anchovy just south of Casino Row. Trout are biting on yellow and olive-colored jigs and a variety of spinners. Some anglers prefer night crawlers and have reported catching an average of three fish a day.

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