Striper Boils Are Popping Up Intermittently

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Striper boils are popping up intermittently throughout much of the Boulder Basin, Overton Arm, and close to Temple Bar. Fish are attacking light-colored topwater lures and medium diving crankbaits. Black bass action is slow, with just a few catches under 2 pounds reported in grassy coves. Catfish are eager to take anchovies overnight from shoreline anglers at Kingman Wash, Hemenway, and Echo Bay.


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