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FISHING at Lake Mohave

Online PDF file of Nevada fishing regulations

Online PDF file of Arizona fishing regulations

We have tried to be as comprehensive as possible regarding our information  provided here, however, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU OBTAIN A COPY OF  REGULATIONS FOR BOTH ARIZONA AND NEVADA BEFORE FISHING LAKE MEAD

Limits and regulations are subject to change -- know before you go.



DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY:  Crappie fishing is excellent this time of year; stripers at 30-50 feet; some bass if you fish deep.

MARCH THROUGH MAY: Stripers and bass in the coves; bluegill come into their own in May.

JUNE THROUGH AUGUST:  Bass, catfish and bluegill fishing at their best; stripers still in coves at about 30 feet.

SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER:  Stripers in shallow water, bass good until the end of October, crappie fishing picks up as the water cools.


DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY:  Excellent trout and striper fishing; some bass.

MARCH THROUGH MAY:  Good bass, catfish, stripers at their best.

JUNE THROUGH AUGUST:  Bass and catfish are at their best; stripers good.

SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER:  Trout fishing picks up in November, bass is good until about mid-October, crappie fishing improves with cooler temperatures; stripers still strong but deep.

Beginning January 1, 1996, a person 14 years of age or older must purchase an annual Wildlife Habitat Authorization before purchasing any license, permit or a Wildlife Heritage Certificate.  A person must purchase only one Wildlife Habitat Authorization each year regardless of the number of licenses or permits purchased.


Nevada Department of Wildlife -

Nevada Department of Wildlife – 2006 Fishing Regulations – (broken down into 11 pdf's) -

Rates and Amenities subject to change.
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