Lake Havasu Fish Report for 6-3-2022
Angler catches 5-pound redear sunfish at Lake Havasu
Lake Havasu - Havasu City, AZ
by Arizona Game & Fish Department
Lake Havasu has developed a reputation for producing large redear sunfish, and that reputation was recently reaffirmed when Zac Mickle caught a 5.07-pound, 16-1/4-inch eye-popper. As big as this fish was, it was not a world record. That belongs to Thomas Farchione, who in May 2021 caught a redear that weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces.
The publication Outdoor Life has an article about Zac's catch. As the article states, "Every panfish angler in the country should have a trip to Lake Havasu planned at some point. It’s clearly worth the trip."
Arizona Game & Fish Department Reportsfor Friday, June 3rd, 2022
Woods Canyon Lake: Lake levels should be stable
Woodland Reservoir: Woodland Lake likely has holdover bass, sunfish, and catfish lurking
: Fishing has been excellent for trout
Dogtown Lake: The lake is full and the water clarity is good
Apache Lake: AZGFD partners with Iowa DNR to stock more than 1.5 million walleye sac fry at Apache, Canyon lakes
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