Fishing at Lake Mohave, Arizona
Striped bass have become the major sport fish in Lake Mohave; this species reproduces in the seasonally warm reaches of the reservoir and moves into cold-water areas as they become larger, and eventually preys upon other fish. Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, and sunfish provide the remaining portion of the sport fishery. The major forage species present, are threadfin shad, bluegill, green sunfish, and crayfish. Large striped bass are also known to prey on carp. Populations of all the forage species have remained fairly abundant with the exception of threadfin shad. Other nongame, nonnative fish include carp and red shiner. Predation by striped bass, among other factors, has reduced the threadfin shad population to a point where the species is now difficult to detect in Lake Mohave.
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