Category: Colorado River Waters

Angler Report: Lake Mead

Send your fishing reports and pictures to Lake Mead Danny Wood from Camp Verde Arizona caught a channel cat while fishing on Lake Mead near South Cove.  He also caught a lot of nice size stripers!     See more Angler Reports

Angler Report: Lake Mead overnight striper party

Send your fishing reports and pictures to   Lake Mead Don M.: Thought I would send you a photo of the fish that we caught on Saturday night out of South Cove on Lake Mead. It was a truly historic night as we were able to put 340 fish into the boat and on ice. We had 319 stripers, 20 channel cats, and one gizzard shad. We got all of those in a seven-hour trip, from 10 Saturday night to 5 a.m. Sunday morning. It did take us five and a half hours to process those fish. We used...

Palo Verde and Cibola Divisions the Colorado River Flathead Catfish Survey

Conditions in both the Palo Verde and Cibola Divisions of the Colorado River should be perfect to go out and catch some flathead catfish.  In May, our Yuma-Region Fisheries Program conducted an annual electrofishing trend survey targeting flathead catfish on the Palo Verde and Cibola Divisions of the Colorado River. Water temperatures are in the 70s and many fish sampled had fish in their mouths or stomachs — they were actively feeding. Your chance of catching a trophy-sized flathead is even better at other statewide flathead hot spots like Bartlett Lake in the Tonto National Forest or the Imperial Division of...

Lake Mohave fishing report

Lake Mohave’s striper bite is going well with most using anchovies and some using their favorite lures. John’s 9.24 pounder was the largest of the 3 fish. He was fishing from the shore near the dam using anchovies. Jerry was also fishing from shore near the dam when he landed his 6.24 lbs. and 3 lbs. striper. Bob A. and Bob B. (white shirt) show off their 6.5 and 5.66 lbs. stripers also caught near the dam using anchovies. The largemouth and smallmouth bass are biting on pumpkin or blue/green flake plastics. ”

Topock Marsh fishing report

This is not your typical catch at Topock Marsh. This is a Razorback Sucker which is an endangered native fish that normally feeds on algae, insect larvae, plankton, and detritus. This razorback decided liver was on the menu. Fortunately, Joseph realized what it was and released it after taking the picture. ”

Angler Report: Lake Mead

Send your fishing reports and pictures to Lake Mead Took Glendale residents Vince Griffis and Mary Clipping out of South Cove on Lake Mead for stripers and catfish. Had to wait out some bad weather, and didn’t start fishing till 11 p.m. By 2 a.m. we had one ice chest filled and  by 6:15 a.m.we had TWO ice chests and a bucket filled with fish. Turns out we caught 95 fish, 76 stripers (BF 2 lbs. 12 oz) 18 channel cats (BF 3 lbs. 2 oz.) and a carp that weighed 9 lbs. 8 oz. See more Angler Reports

Colorado River fishing report: below Davis Dam

Local 4 year old angler Devin and uncle Cole landed a nice stringer of trout fishing from shore using night crawlers in the Lazy Harry’s Bay. By the dam, anchovies or your favorite lure is doing well for stripers. Near the casinos trout are the fish to target. Try night crawlers for trout if the power baits aren’t working. Small spinners can land trout when other baits are not working.