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Southwestern Arizona Fishing Report

HAVASU – No recent reports. Topwater action should be good. Watch the birds — if seagulls and herons are affectively feeding at the surface, it’s an indication that striped bass and other predators are activley chasing shad at the surface.
Capt. Doyle’s Guiding Service: North Dyke in the Topock Marsh is seeing some smallmouth bass up [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – No recent angler reports. Fishing should be very good for striped bass, especially using topwater lures. This lunar cycle may be the trailing edge for catching good numbers of stripers under lights at night. Smallmouth bass action should be picking up as well.
Sandpoint Fish Report for Sept.10, 2009
9-6 Ryan Lampercht of Peoria [...]

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Southwestern Arizona Fishing Report

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with fish seekers or [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with fish seekers or [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with fish seekers or [...]

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Southwestern Arizona

LAKE HAVASU – The following report was provided by John Galbraith of Anglers Pro Shop Lake Havasu City: Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to trolled anchovies with fish seekers or [...]

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Southwestern Arizona Fishing Report

LAKE HAVASU – Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch to
trolled anchovies with fish seekers or 2 oz. banana sinkers. Still fishing cut sardines or anchovies producing numbers [...]

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Southwestern Arizona Fishing Report

LAKE HAVASU – Striped bass bite improving during the morning hours using blue/white 3/8 to 3/4 Stump jumpers with 4″ hyper tails cast or trolled in the early twilight hours. After sunup switch totrolled anchovies with fish seekers or 2 oz. banana sinkers. Still fishing cut sardines or anchovies producing numbers [...]

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