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Lake Havasu Sponsored by
Date 29-Jul-16
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Conditions : LAKE HAVASU: ke level 449.19 feet, 85 degrees.

The striper bite is fair with some morning boils of stripers chasing schools of shad.

Use shad style baits such as a Pointer 128s, White Rat L Traps, Poppers or spook style top waters, no longer than 6 inches long.

Troll or cast them around the south side of the island south to Havasu Palms. Bottom fishing cut bait such as anchovies or mackerel is producing some quality channel catfish od more than 5 pounds.

The smallmouth bass bite is good on green pumpkin colored hula grubs rigged on a 3/8 or ½-ounce football jig fished around rocky banks in 6-18 feet of water.

Largemouth bass bite best on tubes and senkos rigged as light as possible and fished around tulle/cattail shade pockets uring sunny times of the day.

Most importantly is that the bait has a very slow rate of fall to give the bass time to take the bait.

Top-water frogs like the bronzeye and bully was working well just before sunset.

Be sure to rig them with braided line, 20-50-pound strength with a medium heavy to heavy action 7 foot rod.

A strong hookset is required to catch bass using this technique. Cast the frogs around the base of cattails and tulles.

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About: - Lake Havasu's deep water, fringed with coves and inlets, provides ideal fishing conditions for black and striped bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish and trout. Lineside bass can be found in schools around the Parker Strip. Some of the best fishing is toward the south end of the Lake in the Bill Williams Arm.

Fishing Access: Current fishing access sites include Take-off Point, Havasu Springs, Site Six and Mesquite Cove. These sites all include parking, restrooms and universally-accessible fishing docks.

  • Striper Bass
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Crappie
  • Bluegill

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