Rainbow Trout Are Keeping Shore Anglers Busy

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-18-2020
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The striper bite is slow along Casino Row, but rainbow trout are keeping shore anglers busy. Rooster Tails in greens and yellows are landing fish between one and two pounds. To the south, anglers are reporting more striper action. The fish are taking anchovies and shad lures fished from shore near the nature center.



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