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Striper Boils Are Moving Quick

by NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE
Striper boils are moving quick and anglers are doing their best to keep up. Topwater lures and jerkbaits are producing catches. Anglers who can find shad for live bait are also having success with stripers. Black bass anglers are catching
(More...) (Wednesday, August 12, 2020)

Riviera Marina Fishing Report

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
The striper bite is mixed but mostly doing well with a few days of just seeing them. This is speaking here along the shores of the Colorado River below the Davis Dam. Our anglers are having very good luck fishing
(More...) (Wednesday, August 12, 2020)

Nice Brown on Greer Lake

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Brandon R. caught this brown trout at Greer Lakes over the July 4 weekend. Weighed more than 5 lbs. and was about 23 inches.
(More...) (Friday, August 7, 2020)

Woods Canyon Lake Angler Report

by ARIZONA GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT / Arizona Fish & Game Department
Greg N's daughters caught these two nice stockers while fishing Woods Canyon Lake at the end of June. They used garlic-flavored PowerBait off the bottom while their boat was anchored.
(More...) (Friday, August 7, 2020)

Striper Action Has Been Best in The Early Morning

by NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE
Striper action at Willow Beach is best in the early morning hours. Shore anglers are catching fish up to 10 pounds on anchovies. Kayakers are having the best luck on jerkbaits and trout swimbaits in the deeper waters. Rainbow trout
(More...) (Wednesday, July 29, 2020)

Riviera Marina Fishing Report

by RUSTY / Riviera Marina
Our shore line here along the beautiful Colorado River below the Davis Dam is providing for some great out door activity. Our anglers are enjoying the striper bite and it is on. I have been hearing that the casino areas
(More...) (Wednesday, July 29, 2020)

34 Lb. Striper at Lake Mohave

by TODD TYLER / Cottonwood Cove Marina
Its Great to see the fish are still biting! Congrats Larry Hanson on pulling in a few BIG ones from Lake Mohave. Good morning, I wanted to share with you are catch from this past Thursday June 11, 2020 . I caught
(More...) (Sunday, June 14, 2020)

Lake Powell Fishing Report

by BILL MCBURNEY / Ambassador Guides Services Inc.
Smallmouth are the dominate species right now on Yamat tubes in perssimmon, chartreuse and light crawfish colors 1/8 oz and 1/4 oz Yamamoto jig weights.  Water is rising fast now and the fish are not always tight to the shoreline,
(More...) (Monday, June 1, 2020)

Becker Lake Report

by ORVIS COMPANY
Fishing very well in the early mornings. Best methods have been dropping a larger chironomid 9-10 ft deep, or trolling a leech with a midge dropper near the surface. Stripping big streamers deep has also been effective. Water flow: Full pool Visibility:
(More...) (Monday, May 25, 2020)

Saguaro Lake Report

by ORVIS COMPANY
Come grab a heavy sink tips and some jig patterns, big bass will be found to those who perservere. Water flow:  Visibility: 60 inches Water temperature at mid-day: 65 Degrees F Water condition: Clear Best time of day to fish: Mid to late in the
(More...) (Monday, May 25, 2020)

Update on Road Closure

by WILLOW BEACH HARBOR
UPDATE ON ROAD CLOSURE: They are finishing clearing off the road today and the gate will remained closed until tomorrow (5.12, Wednesday) morning. Wednesday morning they will be allowing annual pass holders back in! Stay safe!
(More...) (Tuesday, May 12, 2020)

What’s Up with the Stripers?????

by BILL MCBURNEY / Ambassador Guides Services Inc.
Answer? No one really knows. A probable theory might be they have ben gluttening on bigger gizzard shad all last year and through the winter as well and stripers have a tendency to set out a few months and live
(More...) (Tuesday, May 12, 2020)

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