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Welcome to Arizona's newest source for regional sportfishing information, including the latest fishing conditions, charter boat information, and the regions best sources for bait, tackle, and all your fishing needs.

Laughlin Fishing Report!

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
Our weather being a bit on the not so normal for this time, the fishing is a bit slow. The Willow Beach Hatchery is helping out a bunch by stocking some nice Rainbow Trout.  Now that this federal hatchery is
(More...) (Wednesday, February 20, 2019)

39 lb. Striper

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
The Rainbow trout stocking has resumed and we have Jim Rott with a limit of trout he landed in the Community park area using power bait and fishing from shore.  This time of year our water levels are going some
(More...) (Wednesday, February 13, 2019)

Lake Powell Fishing Report

by BILL MCBURNEY / Ambassador Guides Services Inc.
I ventured out on the Pond yesterday to check out some motor work and scope some fish.  Water temps are at 44 degrees and most stripers were 50-75 ft. down and tight lipped with trolling.  I didn’t try any jigging, 
(More...) (Sunday, January 20, 2019)

Anglers are Bringing in Rainbow Trout Below Willow Beach

by NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE
Anglers are bringing in rainbow trout below Willow Beach from the shoreline as well as boats. The fish are taking PowerBait and spinners. Smallmouth and largemouth bass are biting on plastics and shad imitations, especially on warm, cloudy days. Anglers
(More...) (Wednesday, November 7, 2018)

National Public Lands Day is September 22

by NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE
National Public Lands Day is September 22. NDOW will be partnering with the National Park Service and other agencies during an outdoor event at the Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park in Laughlin from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.  For more
(More...) (Thursday, September 20, 2018)

Anglers are Doing Best in the Early Mornings and at Sunset.

by AARON MEIER / Nevada Department of Wildlife
Stripers and catfish as large as 3 pounds are taking anchovies fished off the bottom.  Continuing high temperatures are keeping them down low.  Black bass are hitting plastic worms in the Overton Arm. Anglers are doing best in the early
(More...) (Wednesday, August 8, 2018)

Lower Salt River Water Fluctuation Alert

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Water levels on the Lower Salt River below Stuart Mountain Dam could fluctuate between 800 cubic feet per second to as much as 3,000 cubic feet per second today and tomorrow, the Tonto National Forest announced. The Salt River Project will
(More...) (Thursday, April 19, 2018)

Stripers Biting

by WILLOW BEACH HARBOR
The staff from Willow Beach Marina checked in today with an update from the Colorado River. Angler Scott caught 2 stripers today!! Proof that they're out there:)
(More...) (Thursday, February 1, 2018)

Nice Striper

by WILLOW BEACH HARBOR
The staff from Willow Beach Marina checked in with a Striper update. Congratulations go out to Neb!! for catching a 14.64 Striper. Neb caught it on 10/13 at 8:00AM at approximatly mile marker 47.
(More...) (Monday, October 16, 2017)

Stripers bite near Nelson

by CHAD WOODS / Nevada Fish Reports
Angler Christopher Neff checked in with a beautiful Striped Bass he caught South of Nelson on the Colorado River above Lake Mohave. Nice fish Chrisopher!
(More...) (Wednesday, April 12, 2017)

Lake Mead Smallie Action

by CHAD WOODS / Nevada Fish Reports
Angler Nick Balestera checked in with NVFR from Lake Mead. Nick submitted a photo of a Smallmouth Bass. Check out my new personal best on Smallmouth Bass. I caught this “Smallie” two weeks ago using a small
(More...) (Monday, April 10, 2017)

48 Pound Striped Bass

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Angler Jack caught this monster 48-pound, 13-ounce striper in about 10 feet of water in the flats across from South Cove. He also caught another lunker on the fishing trip.
(More...) (Thursday, March 23, 2017)

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