Nestled on both sides of the mighty Colorado River between Needles, California and Lake Havasu City is a sprawling area of breath-taking scenery and wildlife. It is called the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.
Here’s hoping for a better 2021, but is it really going to happen?
Imagine being a young man, just 14 years old, and you have already been successful in taking javelina, deer in three states, elk, turkey, mountain lion, and then, this year you found out that you drew the only desert bighorn sheep tag offered in one of the toughest units in northwest Arizona.
The proposal by the Arizona Game and Fish Commission is going full speed, and has caused a huge division among Arizona’s sportsmen.
If you’ve lived in Kingman for any period of time you’ve no doubt heard the name of Mike Cobb.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has once again set into motion a rule-making proposal that if adopted could make the use of trail cameras unlawful in Arizona.
As the weather starts to cool, more and more local people are donating used camouflage clothing to the Arizona Elk Society’s Hunts For Heroes program.
Despite some rough weather on Lake Havasu, the husband/wife team of Dave and Shannon Hilton easily won the Kingman Bass Club’s recent two-day tournament with a 10-fish limit that weighed an incredible 28.96 pounds.
One of the advantages of owning your own outfitting/guide business is that you can really pick and choose what species and hunts you want to go on.
The year 2020 has been a very unusual year for me when it comes to elk hunting with friends and family.
One of my passions in life is to help others who, through no fault of their own, are not able to fully enjoy the great outdoors like you and I.
While many local sportsmen are out in the woods pursuing big-game animals, several local anglers have been trying their luck for stripers and catfish near South Cove on Lake Mead.
Elk hunting in September in Arizona’s north woods is for many sportsmen, myself included, the epitome of the outdoor hunting experience.
With the current drought situation in the southwest, including Mohave County, it looks like the water level at Lake Mead will continue to drop. It is forecast that the level will drop at least another 5 feet before the start of the new year.
The long-awaited archery deer season will open on Friday, Aug. 21 in many game management units in northwestern Arizona.
With an almost full moon and record high temperatures, local anglers who ventured out at night to Lake Mead this past weekend had a tough time finding and catching fish.
Desert Archery is sponsoring the inaugural Stewart Bowman Memorial archery shoot at their new location at 4020 N. Sierra Road in Kingman on Saturday, July 25.
For anglers who are going out of South Cove for night fishing trips, most are finding that while fishing for channel cats has picked up, the striper bite has slowed down.
Recently I got a press release from the Arizona Sportsman For Wildlife Conservation explaining how they have issued grants with money derived from the sale of Arizona special license plates.
As you may be aware, the striper fishing has been phenomenal this summer at Lake Mead.
On my many fishing trips to Lake Mead this summer the primary fish we have sought is the striped bass. The lake is full of them and we usually catch a lot. But with the variety of baits that we use for stripers, we often catch channel catfish, and occasionally yellow bullheads.
The past few weeks we’ve done stories on how to become a better striper angler on Lake Mead.
I am fortunate to have a number of people I call friends, and the Mussmann family that hails from Clinton, Iowa are among them.