Trout Imitation Lures to Catch Stripers
Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Action has improved slightly for the striped bass in the area. Following the trout plants, anglers have found greater success using trout imitation lures to catch Stripers, although anchovies still remain as the top bait. Trout are dispersing from the stocking sites and in the area of Sunshine Peninsula, anglers are catching near limits using spinners and night crawlers.
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