Fishing Report

Lake Mead: No reports.

High winds causing smart anglers to stay off this lake.

Launch ramps and docks at South Cove and Temple Bar are open for use.

Willow Beach: Water levels fluctuating daily.

Willow Beach Harbor has a daily fishing log that can be reached by calling (928) 767-4747.

No reports of significant activity by anglers.

Try around Willow Beach in the evening for smaller stripers and use anchovies for bait.

Certified scales now located at Willow Beach.

Lake Mohave: Not much going on here.

Winds are making this lake not safe to fish on.

Water temperature are stable.

Call the Cottonwood, Nev.

marina at 702-297-1464 for current lake conditions and up to the minute fishing report.

Colorado River below Davis Dam: No report on trout fishing slow as water levels being dropped for dock repairs downstream.

Power generation schedule can be accessed by calling (928) 754-3666.

Lake Havasu: Fishing for stripers is off and on, both day and night.

Try live shad if you're fishing from one of the handicap docks.

Some stripers being caught on anchovies that are trolled.

Largemouth bass slow all over the lake as cold weather has slowed up the fishing.

Alamo Lake: Water levels are still dropping.

Same report as last week.

Some crappie being caught on minnows near the Cholla ramp, otherwise fishing is slow.

Watch for hazards in the upper end of the lake.

Only one portable launch ramp open, Cholla ramp is closed! Alamo Lake store has closed, bring your own minnows and get a license before you head for the lake.

Anglers can now only keep one bass in the slot limit (13-16 inches) and possession limit has been reduced from 12 to six.

NOTE: The bag limit for stripers on Lake Mead is 20.

There is no limit on stripers under 20 inches long on Lake Mohave, but the limit for stripers over 20 inches long is 20 fish.

Anglers are encouraged to catch and keep all the small stripers then can from Lake Mohave.

Largemouth bass caught at Topock Marsh must be 13 inches long to be kept.