Winter fishing for Striper usually consist of bait fishing with cut bait or live shad. By March bass move to
the shallows to spawn we target them with spinner baits, swim baits and crawdad imitating jigs.
We enjoy teaching kids and families to fish and enjoy what nature has
to offer around the Lake, we often see Eagles , Coyotes and other wildlife including Desert Bighorn Sheep
As of May 1st the Shad have moved to the shoreline to spawn, the large schools of Stripers have moved to the shallows
following the baitfish, we are catching large numbers of fish fishing live bait as well as casting swimbaits to fish
chaseing shad in the shallows. Excellent fishing for kids lots of action to keep them busy and interested.
September through mid-November is the peak of Striper fishing on Lake Mead, topwater action usually starts at first light,
with the fish being caught on top water lures and swim-baits. As the mornings progresses the fish move to deeper water and
are caught using jigging spoons. With Lake Mead water levels rising we are seeing a great bait spawn with fish full of at
least three size classes of bait fish. As water temperatures cool the fish gorge all day on the bait fish putting on as much
body weight as possiable to get them through the winter