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Lake Havasu Fishing Guide

Lake Havasu is known for its fishing and is widely regarded as an outstanding supply pf largemouth bass and boasts the reputation as one of the very best smallmouth bass lakes in the whole country and is the location of 30 fishing tournaments activities a year.

Lake Havasu is a 19,300 acre impoundment on the Colorado River that forms the border between Arizona and California and is approximately 25 miles long with a shoreline that boasts sixty-plus miles and is absolutely loaded with fish! Limits are common

Popular Types of Fish Species at Lake Havasu

There's a wide variety of fish that is offered at the Lake Havasu as largemouth bass, small mouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, crappies, and flathead catfish. You can catch these fish from your boat in various coves, casting your fishing line from one of several free public-access fishing docks and piers or from an ideal shoreline spot as there is miles and miles of shoreline.

Rainbow Trout Fish

Rainbow Trout

Largemounth-bass-fish

Largemouth Bass

Smallmouth-Bass

Smallmouth Bass

Sunfish

Sunfish

Striped-Bass

Stripped Bass

White-Crappie

White Crappie

Catfish

Catfish

Black-Crappie-Fish

Crappie

Redear-Sunfish

Redear Sunfish

Bluegill-Fish

Bluegill

Carp-Common-Grass-Fish

Common Carp

Flathead-Catfish

Flathead Catfish

Highly Recommended Bait, Tackle & Gear 

Directions to Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu State Park is located on Lake Havasu in Mohave County, Arizona, USA and is just a few short hours' drive from Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV international airports.