Anglers Are Targeting Stripers in 50 ' Water

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-3-2021
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Trout swimbaits are the ticket for large stripers near Willow Beach, but anchovies and some shad lures are producing nice catches as well. Shore anglers and boaters are reporting the most action in the overnight hours. Rainbow trout are taking gold and red spinners and Power Eggs from the fishing pier. At the south end of the reservoir, anglers are targeting stripers in about 50 feet of water. A variety of shad-pattern swimbaits and crankbaits are being used.



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