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Lake Mohave Marina

Arizona winter visitors: prepare to clean, drain and dry

PHOENIX —The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds boaters to “clean, drain and dry” – and especially decontaminate — their watercraft and equipment before exiting waters designated as having aquatic invasive species (AIS). This reminder is especially important for out-of-town visitors who moor their boats at AIS-infected waters and are preparing to head out of […]

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Lake Mohave Fishing Report January 2017

The lake level is currently 639 feet above msl. At this elevation reefs and sandbars are exposed so be very careful of rocks just under the surface.  One angler reported that he had a blast with largemouth bass in the shallows and smallies attacking plastics along the shelves.  The fishing dock at Katherine’s Landing produced […]

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Lake Mohave Fishing Report December 2016

The lake level is currently 636.8 feet above msl. This elevation reefs and sandbars are exposed so be very careful of rocks just under the surface.  The fishing dock at Katherine’s Landing produced some nice fish.  The catfish bite is picking up as Scott’s 9.12 pound channel catfish shows.  He likes using chicken liver and […]

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Lake Mohave Fishing Report

Lake Mohave Fishing Report July 15, 2016

The lake level is currently 644 feet above msl.  The fishing dock at Katherine’s Landing produced some nice fish.  The bluegill and largemouth bass/smallmouth bass bite has stepped up with the warm temperatures.  There are reports of a few smallmouth bass being taken off the shelves in the coves above the power lines. Plastics and […]

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Lake Mohave Fishing Report

Lake Mohave Fishing Report April 22, 2016

The lake level is currently 643.7 feet above msl. The fishing dock at Katherine’s Landing produced some nice fish. The bluegill and largemouth bass/smallmouth bass bite has dropped off with the cold weather and water temperatures. There are reports of a few smallmouth bass being taken off the shelves in the coves above the power […]

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