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Bass Fishing Lake Mohave AZ 11-03-2020

Bass Fishing Lake Mohave AZ 11-03-2020

The 67 mile long reservoir covers approximately 30,000 surface acres to a maximum depth of 120 feet. There are three marinas with launch ramps, two in Arizona (Willow Beach and Katherine’s Landing) and one in Nevada (Cottonwood Cove). There is also a launch ramp at Princess Cove on the Arizona side near Katharine’s landing. Camping […]

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Mohave Lakeview Ranchos

Mohave Lakeview Ranchos Bullhead City Arizona

Subdivision of 60 one acre tracks overlooking Lake Mohave Arizona. Lake Mohave on the Arizona/Nevada is amazing with 240 miles of shoreline, spreading 67 miles from end to end, with Cottonwood Cove Resort & Marina located right in the center. It begins at Davis Dam in Bullhead City, Arizona and is just 14 miles east […]

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Smallmouth Bass Guarding Nest

Smallmouth Bass Guarding Nest – April 19, 2019

You’ll need to watch full screen. The bass is very wary with a 20 foot boat hovering over the nest. The nest was in about 8 feet of water. As you can see the Smallmouth Bass prefer a pebble covered bottom for nesting. Typically they’ll build nests in 6 to 10 feet of water.

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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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Comorant Eat Bass

AZGFD studies cormorant impact on wildlife, fish

PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) prides itself on providing ample fishing opportunities for its legions of anglers and the state’s growing populations of cormorants have taken notice. In early 2017, AZGFD began a study of the state’s two species of the bird – neotropic and double-crested cormorants – both of which […]

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