BULLHEAD CITY — Amid announcing his run for re-election, spending Christmas in Afghanistan, and between attending hearings on Capitol Hill dealing with the safety of the nation, Arizona Senator John McCain made time to visit Bullhead City to discuss a topic important to the health of Arizona’s economy.
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Are catfish limits too liberal at Arizona Lakes? Would you like to see more opportunity to catch Arizona’s native trout species? Related Images:
The current economic environment has created an excellent boat buyer’s market, and pre-owned could be a great way to go. Related Images:
Kennesaw, Ga., July 2, 2012 — Yamaha Marine Group announced today it will increase its propeller offerings as part of its ongoing effort to provide endless propeller solutions. Added to Yamaha’s propeller line up are three new products that are now available through Yamaha marine dealers nationwide. Related Images:
Lake Mojave is an incongruity – blue, sparkling water in one of the driest regions of the continent. The waters of the Colorado derive from rain and snow melt in the high mountains of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado. The river works its way through the canyon lands and finally reaches the sere, brown treeless landscape […]
Lake Mohave is a reservoir formed by Davis Dam on the Colorado River on the border between Nevada and Arizona in the United States. Named for Mohave Indians who formerly inhabited this region of the Colorado River valley. Lake Mohave extends about 67 miles along the valley of the Hoover Dam Davis Dam straddling southern […]
Lake Mohave was created in 1951 following the construction of Davis Dam on the Colorado River southeast of Las Vegas. The 64 mile long reservoir is subject to fluctuating water levels and exchange flows. The upper 20 miles of the reservoir is cold year round due to deep-water releases from Hoover Dam. This section lies […]
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The 2013 Arizona Fishing Regulations are now available at all seven Arizona Game and Fish Department offices and at fishing license dealers throughout the state. They are also posted online at www.azgfd.gov/h_f/fishing_rules.shtml.