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The Striper Action Remains Strong

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
The striper action remains strong. Our local angler Joe Bauer landed a super catch, a 24.02 pound striper at 42 inches. He was fishing from shore in the community park area and was throwing his favorite lure to land this
(More...) (Thursday, June 10, 2021)

Hemenway is Producing Stripers in 2-4 lb. Range for Shore Anglers

Boaters are reporting largemouth bass, striped bass, and catfish catches throughout the Overton Arm and Temple Bar. Smallmouth bass and bluegill action is hotter in the Las Vegas Bay. Try anchovies for a catfish or striper bite and soft plastics
(More...) (Wednesday, June 9, 2021)

Large Stripers Are Taking 4 Inch Trout Swimbait

Anglers fishing for striped bass at Willow Beach are reporting that large fish are taking 4-inch trout swimbaits. The bite is very slow during the day and picks up in the early morning hours. Rainbow trout are active sporadically and
(More...) (Wednesday, June 9, 2021)

Awesome Striper Catch At Willow Beach

Just another awesome catch from Willow Beach Marina!
(More...) (Tuesday, June 1, 2021)

Riviera Marina Fishing Report

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
The fishing is still going well here below the Davis Dam. The shores of the Colorado River in our area are continuing to produce some great catches. Anglers from our locals to visiting are having some luck in landing fish.
(More...) (Tuesday, June 1, 2021)

Pending World Record 6.3 lb. Redear Sunfish

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Lake Havasu’s reputation as one of the best places to catch large sunfish was enhanced the first week of May when angler Thomas Farchione of Wisconsin caught a pending world record redear sunfish. The hefty sunfish, which Thomas caught by
(More...) (Friday, May 21, 2021)

Electrofishing survey at Canyon Lake

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Arizona Game and Fish personnel recently completed an electrofishing survey at Canyon Lake, shocking a total of 24 sites and catching 1,899 fish. The crew caught quite a few football-size largemouth bass along with a number of large bluegill. The
(More...) (Friday, May 21, 2021)

37 Lb. Striper

Just a 37-pound beauty caught by camper Jerry T. over at Willow Beach Marina this past Friday..no big deal What did you do this weekend?
(More...) (Monday, May 17, 2021)

Lake Mead Fish Report

The bite is picking up for black bass, striped bass, and catfish all over the Boulder Basin. Black bass anglers are reporting success using jerkbaits, jigs, and soft plastics. A variety of swimbaits and anchovies are tempting stripers from both
(More...) (Wednesday, April 14, 2021)

Lake Powell Fishing Report

by WAYNE GUSTAVESON / Lake Powell Fishing Information
The weather is still acting like a lion instead of a lamb. March winds are still blowing this week. Check the weather report while planning a trip. There is usually a calm day or two each week. Fishing on a
(More...) (Wednesday, March 17, 2021)

Fish Are Moving Up With The Warming Weather

Desert Tak Guide Service checked in with us today. Fished Roosevelt Solo yesterday from 8:30 till 2:30 had almost 20 fish. 50/50 reaction baits and drop shotting. Fish were from 6-12ft. Fish are defiantly moving up with the warming weather. Lakes
(More...) (Thursday, March 4, 2021)

Payments Increase for Incentivized Harvest of Brown Trout

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is pleased to announce that beginning March 1, 2021, the Brown Trout Incentivized Harvest Program will begin making a $33 payment for each brown trout harvested and turned in. The program began November 11, 2020
(More...) (Wednesday, February 24, 2021)

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