1. Caught this largemouth bass with a yellow jig in the Las Vegas wash at the papco trailhead oops one of my favorite spots yet not really supposed to go there although ...more I only catch and release but this one was a big one I could hardly get him with my fingers. Got three more little ones right after that. Not so bad for the first of the year catches.

  2. Largemouth Bass

    1. Scott S 0
      Looks like his face is deformed....poor little guy
    2. Brooklyn Pytlik 0
      This one look very strange! Maybe the clutch hold? We can damage jaws if we hold them certain ways. Never seen one like that though. Cool looking lake! 🚣‍♀️
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  3. Caught this a couple months ago in Las Vegas wash. Catch and release. This fish had teeth and I've never seen one like it.

    1. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      they are all good to eat
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      the Peacock Bass was stocked in South Florida to eat these invasive species by the FWC.
    3. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      pretty much how they get started.
    4. Brady Field 0
      aren’t they an aquarium fish that people just dump? I was fishing in a river recently and saw a bass eat a gold fish out of a small river in Tennessee
    5. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      nope. invasive. we have them here in South Florida
    6. Tonya Aghas 0
      I don't think it's a native species for the waters here going into lake mead.
    7. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      looks like a Wolf Cichlid
    8. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Chiclid
    9. James Kasecky 0
      me either!
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  4. Little one catch and release

  5. Largemouth Bass with a Watermelon artificial worm

  6. Caught with a watermelon colored worm

  7. Details: Channel Catfish with a Anchovy

  8. Details: Channel Catfish with a Anchovies


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  • Species Largemouth Bass
  • Waterway Lake Mead


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