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Lake Havsu Fishing Report March 7, 2019

Lake level: 446.5 feet Average daytime water temp is 54 degrees. Stripers are hitting live shad and artificial baits like the Pointer 128s, green-tailed Bass Assassins & 3/4-ounce Rat-L-Traps in shad/white patterns fished around the island and mouth of the river. Best time has been predawn hours from 4 a.m. to an hour past first […]

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Redear Sunfish

5 Years After World-Record Redear Sunfish Catch, Invasive Quagga Mussels Considered a Likely Contributor to Monster Sizes of these Sunfish at Lake Havasu…..Duh!

PHOENIX — Have the redear sunfish at Lake Havasu really gone quagga crazy? Have these panfish that really can fill a pan, and are widely regarded as one of the better fish species to eat, found a surplus of invasive quagga mussels to munch? A mystery remains: Redear sunfish at Havasu have been reaching world […]

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Lake Havasu Fishing Reports

Lake Havasu Fishing Report April 2018

The largemouth and smallmouth Bass fishing should continue to be great. This year’s electrofishing survey conducted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife showed abundant bass with an adult population that should provide great fishing now and a juvenile fish population that anglers will be able to […]

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Lake Havasu Dam

Lake Havasu Fishing Report February 2018

John Galbraith of BassTackleMaster.com reported the average daytime water temp has been running around 54-58 degrees. The daytime striper bite is good for 2-pound class fish using cut anchovies. Those wanting to get “bit” by the bigger stripers must fish during twilight or dark hours. Vast majority of stripers have been coming fromthe mouth of […]

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Razorback Sucker Fish

Lake Havasu Fishing Report July 15, 2016

Lake level 448.67 feet, 82 degrees. This striper bite good in the a.m. hours from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. from the mouth of the river south to Calif Bay. Boils have been occurring sporadically during this time. Troll Rat L Traps or Pointer 128 minnow plugs in areas where the Grebes (water birds) are  […]

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Poising Our Water

NIH study finds two pesticides associated with Parkinson’s disease

New research shows a link between use of two pesticides, rotenone and paraquat, and Parkinson’s disease. People who used either pesticide developed Parkinson’s disease approximately 2.5 times more often than non-users. Rotenone, regularly used by the Corp of Engineers, BLM, and many state Parks & Wildlife agencies! The study was a collaborative effort conducted by […]

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