The North End of Big Bend has Been Good

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The north end of Big Bend has been good for stripers and trout hiding in deep coves.  One lucky angler reportedly reeled in a 13-pound striper using anchovies.  Fishing off the bottom has proven effective whether from a boat or the shoreline.  Stocked rainbow trout have been seen along casino row where they are biting on night crawlers and rainbow PowerBait.


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