Fishing At Lake Mead
Fishing for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, white crappie, rainbow trout, bluegill, green sunfish and striped bass at Lake Mead in Nevada.
Considered a recreation paradise on the Colorado River, Lake Mead is the Las Vegas playground for those who enjoy watersport activities. Over 160,000 surface-acres and 550 miles of shoreline fulfill the dreams of boating, water skiing and fishing enthusiasts. Nevada visitors have several options for accessing Lake Mead. Highway 147 out of Las Vegas travels to Stewart's Point, Echo Bay and Callville Bay. There is also a turnoff onto Lakeshore Blvd for access to Lake Mead Marina. Excellent boat launch ramps are open to the public ate all these access points. Fishing enthusiasts can pursue bass, catfish, crappie, trout, sunfish and striped bass. Several marinas provide services to the boating public and offer rental boats including canoes, kayaks, ski boats, fishing boats and pontoon boats. Many of the public areas allow access to the shore for those wishing to fish from the bank. The extreme upper end of the lake is the Colorado River flowing out of the lower end of the Grand Canyon. Spectacular views and good fishing await those willing to make the long boat ride.
Primary fish species residing in Lake Mead
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Lake Mead Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
Today's Weather & Forecast
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Boulder Beach Campground - 702 293-2540
Callville Bay Campground - 702 293-8906
Lake Mead RV Village at Echo Bay Campground - 702 394-4000
Lake Mead RV Village - 702 293-2540
Callville Bay RV Park - 702 565-8958
Lake Mead NV Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Boulder Beach Campground
268 Lakeshore Rd
Boulder City, NV 89005
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Lake Mead in Nevada.
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Fishing for bass, catfish, crappie, trout, sunfish and striped bass in eastern NV.