Temperatures Are Reaching Beyond 110 Degrees

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-19-2020
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Temperatures reaching beyond 110 degrees have kept most anglers off the lake. The few anglers still fishing in the daytime are catching smallmouth bass with chigger craws and grubs near shelves. At Willow Beach, most anglers are waiting to fish until sundown. Catfish are taking worms from the fishing pier in the evening and striped bass are biting swimbaits in the early morning.



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