Fishing Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu is a 45 mile long man-made lake created by the Parker Dam along the Colorado River. Lake Havasu is a deep lake that has many inlets and backwater bays making it an ideal location for large and small mouth bass, crappie, trout, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and striped bass (stripers). Trout and bass fishing is also great along the Colorado River in this area.

All Havasu Fishing Charters fishing trips depart from Lake Havasu. Fishing locations extend throughout Lake Havasu and along the Colorado River to the Topok Gorge. There are many great fishing locations on Lake Havasu. Mesquite Cove, Site Six, Take-Off Point, Havasu Springs and Topok Gorge on the Colorado River are all well-known starting points for great Lake Havasu fishing. Havasu Fishing Charters has the experience and knowledge of the local fishing trends to be able to guide you to the best fishing any time of year.

Lake Havasu and the Colorado River are areas of breathtaking natural beauty. From the crystal clear water to the sweeping gorges, rocky outcrops and serene inlets, Lake Havasu is a nature lover’s paradise. Wildlife sightings are common as this is part of the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge. Thrill to the sight of a family of bighorn sheep climbing on a rock face, with bald eagles, or hawks soaring overhead. Spot a family of wild pigs, or javelina. Or catch sight of some of the many seabirds that call this lake home. Bobcats, coyotes and even the occasional mountain lion are some of the more exciting residents of Lake Havasu. Camping locations are abundant. There are also hotels located in Havasu City, Arizona, Laughlin, Nevada and Needles, California. And Lake Havasu has year-round great weather with 300+ days of sunshine. And once you start fishing, you are going to want to stay awhile!

Havasu Fishing Charters would love to show you the beauty and excitement of a Lake Havasu and Colorado River fishing adventure. Let us be your guide to a fishing charter you will never forget!