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Quagga Mussel

Arizona winter visitors: prepare to clean, drain and dry

PHOENIX —The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds boaters to “clean, drain and dry” – and especially decontaminate — their watercraft and equipment before exiting waters designated as having aquatic invasive species (AIS). This reminder is especially important for out-of-town visitors who moor their boats at AIS-infected waters and are preparing to head out 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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Lake Havasu Fishing Report

Lake Havasu Fishing Report for December 31, 2015

Lake Level 449.07 Striper fishing is good if you can locate the schools of shad around the island, chalk cliffs and Winsor State Park. Green-tailed bass assassins rigged on 3/8- to ½-oz leadheads have been producing quality fish around sunup and sundown when cast offshoreor trolled near shad schools. Live shad are also producing plenty […]

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Lake Havasu Fishing Report

Lake Havasu Fishing Report August 1, 2015

LAKE HAVASU – Aug. 5 report from John Galbraith of BassTackleMaster.com in Lake Havasu City: Lake level is 448.79 feet. The striper bite is fair with some a.m. boils of stripers chasing schools of shad. Use shad style baits such as a Pointer 100s and 128s, White Rat-L-Traps, poppers or Spook-style top-waters no longer than […]

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Lake Havasu Bass Fishing

Lake Havasu Fishing Report January 8, 2013

Lake Level is 88.87 percent full with average temperature of 56 degrees. Lake Havasu is a 19,300-acre impoundment on the Colorado River, formed by Parker Dam. It is located along the Arizona-California border and is approximately twenty-five miles long, with a shoreline that extends more than one hundred miles. Lake Havasu is best known for […]

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Lake Havasu Bass Fishing

Lake Havasu Fishing Report April 9, 2012

Lake Havasu City. Lake Level 447.58. Stripers hitting on slow trolled cut anchovies rigged with 1.5 to 2 oz. banana sinkers with a 2- to 4-foot leader. Anchovy rig should be skipping along the bottom for best results.Main basin north of Winsor, Havasu Landing and Calif Bay have been the best trolling areas. Best Bait […]

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