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Bass Fishing Lake Mohave 04-15-2021

Bass Fishing Lake Mohave 04-15-2021

Overnight low air temperature of 55 degrees has the fish a little slow today. Water temperature dropped to the low 60’s from upper 60’s just a few days ago. The northern section of the reservoir is constrained by the steep rock walls of Black Canyon for a length of 22 miles and is narrower than […]

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Lake Mohave Smallmouth Bass Fishing 04-07-2021

Lake Mohave Smallmouth Bass Fishing 04-07-2021

Water temperatures are warming to the mid 60s and the Smallmouth Bass are becoming more active. Crystal clear water makes the sight fishing a blast! Game fish species include smallmouth bass, striper, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, bluegill sunfish, crappie, and channel catfish. Nongame fish include carp, razorback sucker, bonytail chub, red shiner and threadfin shad. […]

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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. Related […]

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