Location

AZ
United States
34° 19' 27.9876" N, 114° 9' 11.1564" W

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Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
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Fishing Report
March 20, 2015

    LAKE HAVASU: The striped bass bite has been fair in deep water at the dam and in the lower basin, but there is some movement of fish to other parts of the lake. Cut baits or spoons still the best bet. The smallmouth and largemouth bass are moving into the spawn with more and more fish in the shallows on beds. The smallmouth action is best on most rocky points on plastics, jigs, and slow-fished spinnerbaits. The largemouth are best in three to 12 feet of water on plastics, Senko-type baits, and Brush Hawgs. The bluegill and redear have started to improved, too. Catfish have been slow to fair on cut anchovies or other cut baits.

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Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity:
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
March 20, 2015

    LAKE HAVASU: The striped bass bite has been fair in deep water at the dam and in the lower basin, but there is some movement of fish to other parts of the lake. Cut baits or spoons still the best bet. The smallmouth and largemouth bass are moving into the spawn with more and more fish in the shallows on beds. The smallmouth action is best on most rocky points on plastics, jigs, and slow-fished spinnerbaits. The largemouth are best in three to 12 feet of water on plastics, Senko-type baits, and Brush Hawgs. The bluegill and redear have started to improved, too. Catfish have been slow to fair on cut anchovies or other cut baits.

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