The striper bite out of South Cove on Lake Mead continues to be on fire as we move away from the dark phase of the moon.
The area’s only shooting range, the Mohave Sportsman Club’s 7 Mile Hill, has reopened.
A lot of local anglers are taking advantage of the wide open striper bite at South Cove on Lake Mead.
How many of you age 70 or older know about the complimentary Pioneer hunting/fishing license that the Arizona Game and Fish Department offers to residents who have lived in Arizona for 25 consecutive years?
We are living in a situation that no one thought could happen to Americans in the United States.
Last week I wrote about a fishing trip at Lake Mead I had with long-time friend Dan Reed. Reed put on a fishing clinic for four days, topped off by him catching a largemouth bass that weighed 4 pounds, 4 ounces. I called it the “Dan Reed Fishing Story,” and rightfully so.
Last week I wrote a story about what is arguably one of the best bass, crappie and catfish lakes in Arizona – Alamo Lake.
One of the most controversial actions that has been taken by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission was in January 2020 when a rule went into effect that banned organized coyote hunting in Arizona where prizes were given or entry fees were charged.
The use of birds of prey, including hawks and eagles, for the purpose of hunting has been going on for thousands of years.
The father-and-son team of Dave and Dave Hilton put together the winning pattern to take the top honors at the Kingman Bass Club’s two-day tournament at Martinez Lake on the lower Colorado River.
Every sportsman knows that the issue of trail cameras has been settled, right?
The Mohave Arms Collectors Association, a group of dedicated male and female firearms collectors, have once again made a donation to the Arizona Hunter Education program in Kingman.
As the fall 2020 draw results were revealed online for elk and antelope to those who have portal accounts with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, there were a lot of smiles as residents of Mohave County learned they drew tags.
If you think you might have drawn a 2020 elk or antelope tag, you might want to check with your credit card company.
The 2020 archery, youth, HAM and general rifle season for javelina closed Thursday, Feb. 27 all over Arizona and now the javelina herds will see a respite from hunting until 2021.
The team of Cody Jalbert and Judson Brown won the Kingman Bass Club’s two-day fishing tournament at Alamo Lake with a two-day total of 22.17 pounds of largemouth bass, beating nine other teams.
There is an old saying that is mostly used by anglers that goes, “I hate to fish used water.”
On Friday, Feb. 21 there will be thousands of sportsmen in the field for opening day of the 2020 general spring javelina hunt.
Hunters had a high success rate despite smaller herds of bighorn sheep roaming the mountains of Mohave County.
Last weekend had absolutely the best weather for hunting javelina in northwest Arizona, and many hunters were successful in Unit 18B.
Over the years I have been honored and privileged to write stories about the successes of a lot of our areas youths as they spend time with family and friends in the outdoors.
The father/son team of Ray and Donnie Scroggins won the first tournament of the year for the Kingman Bass Club, Kingman’s only bass fishing club.
Last Friday was the start of the 2020 youth general javelina hunts in northwest Arizona.
The Kingman Bass Club, the area’s only bass fishing club, is ready to start their 2020 tournament trail and they are asking for local anglers to join them this year.
The year 2018 was very year for the volunteer instructors and staff associated with Hunter Education programs in Arizona.
Over the past few weeks I have been doing stories on the youth in our community who have been on various hunting trips with friends and family.