Fishing Should Be Picking up Soon

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-19-2020
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Silver and green colored jerkbaits are fooling stripers around Kingman Wash and along drop-offs by the water in-take. Anglers are having a hard time finding shad near Government Wash but are finding success with anchovies fished off the bottom. Largemouth bass are still hard to find, but fishing should pick up when water temperatures increase.



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