Location

CA
United States
33° 36' 53.1432" N, 114° 31' 30.9396" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     BLYTHE: The flathead catfish bite has been fair to good at night. The best action has been in the main river’s big pools on live bluegill, goldfish, and tilapia. The largemouth bass bite has been good all along this stretch of the river and its backwaters, but the bite has been restricted to early and late in the day. Most fish have been on plastics, jigs, reaction baits, and nightcrawlers, but the topwater baits are working good now, too. Smallmouths are showing in fair to good numbers in the main river on small cranks, jigs, and plastics, especially in the stretches with rip-rap. The bluegill bite is good in most backwaters and quiet areas on the river on nightcrawlers. Information: B&B Bait 760-921-2248.    

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     PARKER STRIP: Channel catfish fair to good on cut baits, and the flatheads catfish action is finally starting to turn on.
     BLYTHE: The flathead catfish bite has been fair to good. The best action has been in the main river’s big pools on live bluegill, goldfish, and tilapia. The largemouth bass bite has been good all along this stretch of the river with good action in the main river and backwaters. Most fish have been on plastics, jigs, reaction baits, and nightcrawlers. Also more and more smallmouths showing in the main river on small cranks, jigs, and plastics, especially in the stretches with rip-rap. The bluegill bite is also starting to turn on with the warm weather. Information: B&B Bait 760-921-2248.    

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     BLYTHE: The flathead catfish bite is finally starting to turn on with the big fish showing in good numbers over the past 10 days. The biggest fish was a 65-pounder landed by Gary Blue, a former Blythe resident now living in Orange County. He also had a 48-pounder. At least two other fish over 30 pounds were landed over the weekend. The largemouth bass bite has broken wide open all along this stretch of the river with good action in the main river and backwaters. Most fish have been on plastics, jigs, reaction baits, and nightcrawlers. Also more and more smallmouths showing in the main river on small cranks, jigs, and plastics, especially in the stretches with rip-rap. The bluegill bite is also starting to turn on with the warm weather. Information: B&B Bait 760-921-2248.    

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