Two state records have come from Lake Mohave; a 63 pound striped bass was caught in 2001 and a 16 lb 4 oz rainbow trout was caught in 1971. Although not state records, Lake Mohave has also produced a 30-pound 8-ounce carp, an 11-pound largemouth bass, a 26-pound 4-ounce channel catfish, a 2-pound 12-ounce black […]
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A top Smallmouth Bass fishing lake Lake Mohave has the some of the best Smallmouth Bass fishing in Arizona. Within its rock layers are pockets with areas perfect for catching the bass near the shores. Starting as precipitation high atop the central Rocky Mountains, the water in Lake Mohave is as fresh as it gets. […]
Three Smallmouth bass and one Largemouth bass prowling this small one acre cove on Lake Mohave. These bass all appear to average 2 to 3 pounds.
2 Day Team Bass Tournament March 16 & 17 2019 – Katherine’s Landing Marina Lake Mead National Recreation Area, 2690 E Katherine Spur, Bullhead City, AZ 86429 Tournament Fees: $80 per person ($40 per day) Yearly Membership Fee: $25 (one time fee per year) Tournament Format: OPEN TEAM & RANDOM DRAW* *Each tournament will also […]
Bass Fishing Team Tournament Schedule Sun Mar 10, 2019 Lake Mohave Cottonwood Cove Sat Mar 23, 2019 Lake Mohave Cottonwood Cove Sat Apr 13, 2019 Lake Mohave Cottonwood Cove Sat Apr 27, 2019 Lake Mohave Cottonwood Cove
Due to its highly affordable $99 price, and tough all aluminum frame, Accurist has long been a top selling reel for Quantum, and now the latest S3 version adds a super easy to use external ACS 3.0 cast control dial that allows for precision adjustments, no matter the lure weight or wind conditions, to promise […]
The NEW 2019 version of Throttle will offer the same solid-as-a-rock Reel Engine Design™ unibody construction used to make the original Throttle one of fishing’s best built values, plus a new machined aluminum handle and a MaxCast II™ spool for longer smoother casts. Using the most innovative production technology available, Throttle II’s hardy frame is […]
Mohave elevation will come up for the spring. Look for the smallmouth bass to move up first followed by the largemouth. While the numbers of black bass are not as high as on Lake Mead, the quality is much better here. Try shallow points early in the spring for the smallmouth. As the water continues […]
Weather: Clear 75-85 Water: Clear 58-62 Normal Pool No Moon Smallmouth very active just beginning nests. Not taking well. Worms, Top Water, Spinners, Crank Baits not taken well. Worms took by very few.
Weather: Clear 80 Water Temp: 56-59 Wind: 0-8 Lake Level: -2.5′ Report: A few Spookey Smallmouth Bass pairs cruising shallows in pre-spawn patterns. Few Carp shallow. Largemouth suspended.