Colorado River Chain Fish Report

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Updated February 28, 2024

COLORADO RIVER (BELOW DAVIS DAM)According to Rusty Braun of Riviera Marina, trout fishing has been solid and the local parks especially Rotary Park which was the location of a recent plant. Jigs, Mice Tails and PowerBait and the top baits. Striped bass fishing is fair on River2Sea S-Wavers and trout-pattern swimbaits along with cut anchovies.

LAKE HAVASU – Bank anglers are doing well targeting a mix of smallmouth and largemouth bass over drop-offs and around docks. A variety of finesse baits will do the job, but guys using  smaller swimbaits (Keitechs, etc.) are getting into faster action. Chatterbaits are working for both species for boaters. The striped bass bite is still solid on lipless cranks, spoons, jigs and cut baits. Most are found under birds all over the water column including right along the bottom. WON Lake Havasu Striper Derby powered by Suzuki Marine is May 4-5, and a Klamath boat with a trailer and Suzuki outboard stands as the grand raffle prize. For more info and to register, visit WONews.com and find it under the TOURNAMENTS tab.

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