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AZ
United States
34° 19' 27.9876" N, 114° 9' 11.1564" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

    LAKE HAVASU: The striper bite has been fair to good with the best action early in the morning for anglers trolling or casting topwater or shallow-running shad-like lures in the main basin from the river entrance south to Whipple Bay. Bait anglers fishing anchovies have had success from the sandbar to Blankenship Bend. The catfish bite is good on cut mackerel for the channel and live bluegill for the flatheads at night in shallow coves where there is deep-water access. The largemouth bass bite is very good early and late in the day on topwater frog and baitfish imitations, but the bite is tough the rest of the day. Some smallmouth showing on topwater in rocky areas, but most are showing in deeper water on deep-running cranks or crawdad-like plastics. 

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

    LAKE HAVASU: The striped bass bite has been fair to good with most of the fish in the upper end of the lake and hitting topwater most mornings and then hanging in 30 to 50 feet during the day and taking cut baits. Most of the fish are three to six pounds with some up into double digits. The smallmouth and largemouth bass are fair with some topwater (frogs) and crankbait action early and late. The bite is tough during the day. The bluegill and redear are fair to good with lots of fish on beds. Two-plus pounders common. Catfish have finally come alive with good action in most coves on cut baits. 

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

    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 the upper end of the lake. Shad are moving shallower, but still little surface action yet. Cut baits or spoons still the best bet. The smallmouth and largemouth bass are still mostly shallow with some fish still in the spawn. 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 are fair and improving with each warm day. Catfish have been slow to fair on cut anchovies or other cut baits.

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