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FISHING REPORTS AND TIPS
HERE for the Lake Mead National Park fishing report.
following information was published by the National Park Service as of
May 2008 and the
Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Mead shares borders with Arizona and Nevada.
Please be aware of all fishing laws in both states.
fish within the states of Nevada or Arizona, you must carry
with you a valid fishing license. If your license is for
Arizona, and you plan to fish from a boat or other craft on
Lakes Mead and Mohave, or on the shoreline of Nevada, then
you must have a "use stamp" from Nevada (and vice-versa).
A trout stamp is
required in addition to any other use stamps if you intend
to catch and keep trout. You may purchase licenses from the
concessioner at the marinas or at local bait and tackle
striped bass, channel catfish, crappie, and bluegill are
found in both Lakes Mead and Mohave. Rainbow trout can be
found in Lake Mohave. Fishermen go for the big trout at
Willow Beach, while Cottonwood Cove and Katherine offer
great bass and trout fishing.
Lake Mead has
become famous for its striped bass with an occasional catch
weighing in at over 40 pounds. Fishing for striped and
largemouth bass is good throughout Lake Mead with crappie,
blue gill, green sunfish, and catfish being more prevalent
in the upper Overton Arm of the lake.
- Each person may use only one combination of hook,
line and rod at one time.
- No more than three baited hooks or fly hooks or two
lures or plugs may be used at any one time or on a
- The fishing line must be closely attended.
- A person may fish with two poles with the purchase
of a stamp.
- Each line may not contain more than two hooks or two
lures or two artificial flies.
- Please refer to the State Fishing Regulations for
- Please clean your catch at the fish cleaning
stations located at most of the marinas.
HOURS AND SEASON
- Both lakes, Mead and Mohave, are open to 24-hour fishing year round.
species of fish are found in the Colorado River System. Two
of these, the razorback sucker and bonytail chub, may be
found in the lakes. If these fish are caught, they should be
returned to the water. Please report the catch to the
National Park Service Resource Management office at
- No license is required on Lakes Mead or Mohave for
persons under the age of 14 in Nevada and Arizona.
- There is no fishing within the posted boundaries of
state or federal hatcheries.
- There is no fishing within those areas immediately
above and below Hoover Dam.
- There is no fishing within areas designated as
Trout - 5
Black bass - 6
Catfish - 25
Crappie - 15
Striped Bass - 20
Other game fish - no limit
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Lake Mead is open year round 24-hours a day, except areas as posted.
At Lakes Mead and Mohave, use of golden shiner, fathead minnow, mosquito fish,
red shiner, threadfin shad, carp and goldfish is allowed as live bait.
Other forms of unprotected aquatic and animal life such as waterdogs,
grasshoppers, earthworms, and crayfish may also be used.
Please clean your catch at the fish cleaning stations located at most of the
Several protected species of fish are
found in the Colorado River System. Two of these, the
razorback sucker and
bonytail chub may be found in the lake. If these fish are caught they
should be returned to the water. The National Park Service Resource
Management asks that you please report any "catch and return" of these two
species to them immediately, Ph# (702) 293-8950
No license is required on Lake Mead for persons under the age of 14 in Nevada