Rainbow lake fishing report 2020

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Arizona Fishing Report

This Arizona fishing report focuses on the waters managed by Arizona State Parks and Trails. Typically, the tactics and trends discussed here can be used by anglers throughout the state to enjoy an elevated fishing experience in a variety of Arizona waters. The specific fishing information found here will change seasonally so check back often to enjoy fishing success regardless of when you've planned your visit.

If you would like to share your fishing success or information about your tactics, please email us at [email protected] or tag us on social @azstateparks. 

Arizona fishing report located below fishing tips section.

Fall Fishing Tips

After making it through another Arizona summer, a welcome chill gradually sweeps across the state as we roll into fall. The fish respond to the nice weather by spending more time in shallow water, which makes them more accessible for shore anglers, and at times, easier to catch as well! We’ve compiled a great resource to help you navigate autumn fishing in Arizona with these awesome fall fishing tips!

Regardless of fish species you’re targeting, the following two tips will help you catch more fish.

  • Fish are actively feeding more during the day compared to summer fish that focused most activity near dawn and dusk. Actively feeding fish are easier to catch…and you can’t catch them from the couch!
  • Keep an eye on barometric pressure before your trip. Plan trips to coincide with gradual rise or fall in pressure to enjoy the benefits of this often-overlooked tactic.

Fall Bass Fishing

The bass have been hanging out in deeper water all summer to stay out of the heat, only visiting shallow areas while they feed before slinking back to the deep. Generally, the bulk of the bass population will be in more shallow water compared to summer, and they will stay active longer each day as they feed voraciously to put on fat reserves for the winter. Fish that stay active longer in the mornings and earlier in the afternoons are most likely actively feeding, so a well-placed lure or bait may be just what you need to catch them.

Look for Arizona’s fall bass congregated from feet deep in areas where they can easily ambush prey species. This could be submerged trees, rock piles, docks, reeds, cattails, or anywhere else bass can get the element of surprise on their side to ambush.

Best Lures for Fall Bass

After a cold snap, or whenever bass are actively feeding on shad, topwater presentations work well. There’s just not a more exciting way to catch bass than the explosive nature of topwater bass fishing. You can also try Rat-L-Traps or diving crankbaits to search for fish and focus your effort in that spot until you think you’ve caught the willing participants, then search out similar areas and repeat. If you know fish are hanging out in a particular piece of structure, but they aren’t biting the aforementioned lures, try a big football jig presented slowly. You just might pick up fish unwilling to bite other lures.

Pro Tip: Use large rainbow trout imitation lures to attract large bass that have been feeding on stocked rainbow trout.

Fall Bass Baits

Where legal, use the type of prey species the fish are actively feeding on for bait. This could be small bluegill, shad, or crawdads. Hook baitfish below the dorsal fin so they can move to attract the bass. Rig them either under a bobber, suspended, or on the bottom. Try different presentations until you’ve figured out a pattern. Crawdads should be hooked through their tails so they can still move, but not effectively. The bass will think the crawdad is injured, which makes for an easy meal. Try fishing them on the bottom near rocky areas or other cover that crawdads frequent. If there is a lot of cover and you think your crawdad is hiding amongst it, lift your rod and move it to the side so the bait falls again and must scurry to find new cover.

Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout Arizona Fishing Report

The Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks rainbow trout throughout fall and winter months in several state parks, starting in October. These fish are healthy, taste great, and usually willing to bite a variety of standard trout presentations. You can be as active or laid back as you wish while trying to hook into some state park trout, depending on which tactic you’re using.

Bait Fishing for Trout

Likely, many of you caught your first trout on a worm, salmon eggs, corn or other offering beneath a bobber. This tried-and-true method still puts plenty of trout in the pan each year. Perhaps better yet, Power Bait or other dough baits that suspend from the bottom on a leader may be even more productive. Your best bet is to show up prepared to offer fish a variety of baits both under a bobber, and suspended from the bottom. The trout will tell you what they want during your visit.

Bring a chair, some beverages and refreshments, and relax. Bait fishing is as much about patience and relaxation as it is setting the hook.

Lures for Fall Trout

In-line spinners like Mepps, Rooster Tail, and Panther Martin work extremely well for trout in most of the state park lakes and rivers. Try retrieving these small (1/16 oz or so) lures at a variety of speeds and depths until you find out which combination the fish prefer. After you’ve been able to replicate a process, focus on it until the fish stop biting.

Remain mobile to cover as much area as possible until you find the fish. Then, slow down, use the speed/depth combination that seems to be working, and keep moving when you stop catching fish.

October Lake Havasu Fishing Report

10/01/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Average Daytime water Temp 78 degrees

The afternoon striper bite is great from Lake Havasu State Park State south to California and Thompson Bays. Anglers are catching stripers on diving baits like Rat-L-Traps (in white), Sassy Shads, Pointer /s and some topwater lures like Chug Bugs, Sammy’s and Super Spooks. Bait anglers are catching stripers at 30 to 45 ft depths after 9am and through the late afternoon hours. We’re getting some reports of morning boils of large stripers from 6am to 9am.

October is considered the peak month for BIG cats at Lake Havasu! Both species are feeding heavily before the lake cools off for winter. The channel catfish bite is excellent and they currently prefer cut mackerel or squid in the evenings and after dark. The Havasu flathead cats are biting well too! Try small to med size bluegills or redear sunfish from 6pm to 2am…Then hold on for the ride!

Largemouth bass fishing is currently pretty good at Havasu! Try flipping or pitching jigs with craw trailers like the chigger craw, Senkos and tubes in tulles and weed line edges in 1 to 4 ft of water.

The Havasu smallmouth bass are biting well around gravel flats and rocky outcroppings on green pumpkin Hula Grubs with a 3/8 or 1/2oz football head and exposed hook. Smallies usually bite these jigs as they fall so be ready and keep the slack out of your line as the jig descends.

October Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 10/01/

The topwater bass bite is awesome right now! They are really going after dragonflies and can be seen leaping out of the water regularly throughout the day to gulp one down. Anglers are catching fish on a variety of topwater lures that resemble dragonflies or frogs. Other bass anglers have reported success with Texas-rigged worms in green or blue.

Some catfish are finally showing up on a regular basis. Fishing from the piers after dark is your best bet with nightcrawlers, anchovies, shrimp, or other common catfish offerings. Carp fishing is really good for anglers using dough balls or corn fished on the bottom. Bluegill and sunfish are being caught regularly with small bright colored jigs around structure, or mealworms under a bobber.

Dankworth Pond

There aren’t a lot of reports coming in from bass anglers at Dankworth. Try topwater presentations, or weedless lures because the underwater vegetation is still super thick.

Bluegill and sunfish angling is HOT right now! Nightcrawlers or mealworms are your best bet. No reports from carp or catfish anglers.

September  Alamo Lake Fishing Report

Alex Akers with a nice Alamo Lake Largemouth09/03/ Report by: Park Ranger Matt Ogden

Bass fishing has slowed down a little but anglers have still been catching bass on top water baits and crankbaits while chasing boils and fishing off points. Anglers are reporting decent action while using drop shot and creature baits in about feet of water.

The crappie report has slowed to a near halt. Anglers have reported catching crappie on crank baits down around feet of water above brush line. Catfishing is still good from shore at night using a variety of standard catfish baits like worms, shrimp, anchovies, and prepared stink baits.

September Lake Havasu Fishing Report

09/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Average daytime water temp 79 degrees

Fishing for striped bass is fair. Concentrate on boils of pound stripers chasing shad in the morning and late afternoon hours. Trolling Super Spooks, Sassy Shads and Rat-L-Traps in white or chrome/blue working best. Black Rock cove north to the entrance to the river has been the best place to search for the boils.

 The channel catfish bite is excellent! Numerous cats are being caught on cut mackerel and shrimp off deeper points and coves in 15 to 35 ft of water.

Smallmouth bass are biting very well on Hula grubs in Green Pumpkin rigged on 3/8oz football jigs fished around rocky points and gravel shorelines in 6 to 15ft of water. Topwater Poppers, Sammys and Buzzbaits also working well for both smallmouth and largemouth over gravel flats and submerged weed beds in the morning and late afternoon hours.

September Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 09/02/

The bass fishing isn’t quite as hot as it was a month ago, but there are still enough fish willing to bite to keep anglers happy! Soft plastics fished in and around the cattails in green or dark blue seem to be the go-to technique for most successful anglers. Some anglers have also reported success using nightcrawlers.

The night carp bite is still pretty good for anglers using dough ball, corn, or bread.

The bluegill bite has slowed some, but mealworm or nightcrawler presentations off the fishing piers are still picking up fish. Try various depths until you find where the fish are hanging out and concentrate your effort there.

The catfish bite is slow. One angler reported a decent bite from the north fishing pier on nightcrawlers just after dark.

Dankworth Pond

Underwater vegetation is really thick and the water is crystal clear. Bluegill and sunfish seem to be everywhere and biting mealworms and nightcrawlers very readily.

Anglers have reported some success catching largemouth bass on weedless plastic swimbaits. There also seems to be a topwater bite each morning. One angler reported high catch rates while using a Texas-rigged watermelon crawfish fished in and around the underwater vegetation.

Carp are biting corn at night.

No catfish reports.

August Lake Havasu Fishing Report

08/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Tim Brown with a nice Lake Havasu LargemouthAverage daytime water temp 83 degrees

The striper bite has been fair. Small to mid-sized stripers are chasing schools of shad in the mornings. Look for boils and cast shad style baits such as a Pointer /, White Rat-L-Traps, Poppers, or spook style topwater lures no longer than 6" long. These tactics have been productive recently in and around the south side of the island, south to Havasu Palms.

Smallmouth bass have been cooperative for anglers and biting well on green pumpkin colored hula grubs rigged on a 3/8 oz or 1/2 oz football jig fished around rocky banks in 6 to 18ft of water.

Havasu’s largemouth bass are biting best on tubes and Senkos rigged as light as possible, fished around tule/cattail shade pockets during sunny times of the day. The bait must have a very slow rate of fall to give bass time to take it. Bronzeye and popper topwater frogs are working well just before sunset.

Pro Tip: Rig topwater frogs with braided 20 to 50 lb. line on a medium heavy to heavy action 7ft rod. A strong hookset is required to catch bass using this technique. Cast the frogs around the base of cattails and tules.

A good number of quality 5-pound plus channel catfish are being caught with cut baits like anchovies or mackerel fished on the bottom. Catfish come up to shallower areas at night to feed and can be caught from shore with regularity.

Dylan Mosher with his big Fool Hollow Lake walleye.July Fool Hollow Lake Fishing Report

Report by Arizona State Parks and Trails Staff 07/30/ 

The walleye bite has picked up at Fool Hollow Lake and anglers have noticed increased catch rates from boat and from shore. Successful anglers have been using a variety of baits and methods to catch Fool Hollow walleye, although trolling crankbaits (at a reported 2mph) or fan casting them from shore has been the most popular option lately to catch fish. Generally, in clear water more natural-colored baits like crawdad or bluegill work best, whereas chartreuse or fire tiger-colored cranks work better when the water is stained. Try a variety of colors, depths, and retrieve speed until you find what the fish prefer on any given day.

Anglers are also catching walleye with 4” beaver tails fished very slowly.

Dylan Mosher (see photo) recently caught a very nice Fool Hollow Lake walleye on a Texas rigged green crawdad.


July  Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 07/19/

The bass fishing at Roper Lake is super-hot right now! An above-average number of quality bass are being caught including a recent 26” giant estimated over 10 pounds! Mostly, fish in the pound range are keeping anglers busy and responding to a variety of baits and tactics. Dropshotting (various natural-colored worms) seems to be the go-to for most successful anglers. Some of them also reported a good spinnerbait bite early in the morning before they switched focus to dropshotting.

Plenty of sunfish and bluegill are being caught on nightcrawlers or small jigs.

Carp fishing is still good after dark with worms or dough baits fished on the bottom.

Dankworth Pond

Bass fishing has been much slower at Dankworth. One angler reported catching a few bass on the north side of the pond “finessing a green worm.” Anglers serious about catching bass should go to nearby Roper Lake.

Plenty of sunfish and bluegill are being caught on nightcrawlers or small jigs.

Carp fishing is still good after dark with worms or dough baits fished on the bottom.

No catfish reports.

July  Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 07/06/

Bass fishing is good at Roper Lake and successful anglers are dropshotting green or purple worms for bass in the pound range. One angler pulled a 6-pound largemouth from the reeds while using a brown 3/8 oz weedless jig.   

No catfish reports.

Sunfish and bluegill are being caught regularly with nightcrawlers by the floating piers. Either use a bobber with an 18” leader or let the worm slowly sink on it’s own without weights for a deeper, more natural presentation for larger fish. 

Carp fishing has been excellent with anglers using homemade dough baits consisting of cornmeal mixed with jello landing carp in excess of 20lbs.

Dankworth Pond

Bass fishing is decent. An angler fishing from his kayak reported catching several largemouth in the pound range using a rubber frog.

Plenty of sunfish and bluegill can be caught here from the shoreline using mealworms and nightcrawlers. 

No reports of any catfish being caught. 

* Cattails were cut along the north bank this past week. The west bank is to be cut in the coming weeks.

July  Lake Havasu Fishing Report

07/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

A decent striper bite is being reported in the mornings from the mouth of the river and south to California Bay. Anglers are experiencing some boil action from 6am-8am. Try Ratl Traps or Pointer / minnow plugs in areas where grebes are congregating over schools of shad.  

The catfish bite has been excellent during the evenings in bays where the grass isn’t too thick. Live bluegills, cut mackerel, and anchovies have been working well. Be sure to throw out extra chum to attract cats from longer distances.

The topwater bite has been very good in the morning hours. Smallmouth and largemouth bass are both hitting on poppers, Super Spooks, and buzzbaits. Work your topwater presentation along the outside edged of floating weed mats. As the day progresses, change focus to submerged weed beds ( feet) with Carolina rigged plastics like Brush Hogs, curly tail Power Worms, and Senkos. Add a glass bead between the swivel and sinker to attract bass in lower visibility water.

June Lake Havasu Fishing Report

06/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level and Average Daytime Water Temp 78 Degrees

The striper bite has been good and anglers are experiencing some exciting morning topwater action from about am am. Currently the fish can be found in good numbers from the North end of the Main Basin, south to Black Rock/California Bay. LuckyCraft Pointer /s or pencil poppers are working well. Trolling & Casting have been effective. Anglers using cut bait like anchovies or sardines are catching fish too but this method is producing smaller limits than using artificial lures.

Evening/night fishing for bigger channel and flathead catfish has been excellent. Best time is pm to am. Use live sunfish or bluegills from " to 4" long rigged on a Carolina rig with 3/4 to 1oz. sinkers and 12 to 15lb test with a 24 to 36" leader. Then hold on for the ride!

Redear fishing with nightcrawlers around submerged grass beds is producing some quality fish over 2lbs. Lake Havasu’s giant redear sunfish could be caught at any time and records are being broken on a regular basis. Will you catch the new world-record sunfish at Lake Havasu?

June Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 06/02/

The bass fishing at Roper Lake is still very good for pound fish! Shore and boat anglers have both been most successful during mid-morning and evening hours with dark colored Texas rigged worms. Dark plastic worms are also working for anglers using a dropshot rig.   

The catfish bite is finally picking up and reports of double-digit flathead catfish have started coming in! Recently an angler caught a pound flathead on the east side while fishing at night with nightcrawlers.

The bluegill and crappie are biting nightcrawlers from the floating piers. Either try a bobber with two-foot leader or suspend your bait straight down.

May Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 05/17/

Bass anglers are still doing well at Roper by catching a number of fish in the pound range. Try dropshot rigged plastic worms or chatterbaits in green or watermelon.

Carp anglers have had plenty of luck with homemade dough balls and have caught fish in excess of 13 pounds!

A few reports are starting to come from successful catfish anglers who have been using nightcrawlers from shore.

Plenty of sunfish are being caught off the floating piers with nightcrawlers.

Dankworth Pond

Bass fishing has been a little slower here and we suggest trying your luck at Roper for a better chance with the bass.

Surprisingly, there are still anglers reporting that they are successfully catching trout with PowerBait. No reports of catfish being caught.

Plenty of sunfish and bluegill are being caught from both shore and floating pier with nightcrawlers and mealworms.

May Alamo Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger Matt Ogden

Fishing is good at Alamo again this month!

Bass are biting on top water baits early morning and evening. They are also being caught on spinner baits, jerk baits, crank baits and always on plastics in the brush.

Crappie have been caught by trolling small crank baits and jigs with minnows. Fish feet down near brush lines.

We're catching catfish close to shore as they come in to spawn. Night crawlers and live shad suspended under bobbers has been working well.

For shore fishing you can use any of these methods. You can also try sinking night crawlers and wait for the fish to bite. Try a dropshot rig. Remember it's called fishing, not catching!

April Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 04//Roper Lake Largemouth Bass

Roper Lake largemouth bass are still keeping anglers pretty busy! Most fish are being caught on plastic worms dropshotted near the cattails or chatterbaits fished near shore. Some trout are still being caught although stockings have ceased for the year. Successful anglers are using inline spinners, spoons or worms and marshmallows. Sunfish and bluegill are being caught off the floating piers with nightcrawlers.  

At Dankworth Pond, a few trout are still being picked up with PowerBait but most anglers have already switched their focus to bass and sunfish. Bass in the pound range have been biting crankbaits, dropshotted worms, and one angler reported decent success on Dankworth bass with nightcrawlers. Bluegill and sunfish are being caught here with small jigs and nightcrawlers.

April  Lake Havasu Fishing Report

04/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level and average Daytime water temp 65 degrees

Lake Havasu stripers are currently in pre-spawn mode and will spawn mid-April thru most of May. Target main channel areas either in the main lake, or north in the area from Gorilla hole to Devil’s Elbow. Right now, stripers are hitting shallow running lures and topwater baits like the Pointer ,s, Super Spooks and Pencil Poppers in the morning during the first hour of light or so. Shad spawn is active first thing in the morning. Find stripers over shallow flats as they corral spawning shad against the bank. Later in the day switch off to cut anchovies fished on the bottom in 28 to 35ft of water from the main Winsor Basin north to the mouth of the river.

The redear sunfish bite is good! Large redears are still deep in the main lake (ft), or you can find them in shallow areas like backwaters off the river current to the south of Blankenship Bend. Nightcrawlers fished under a split shot and slip bobber work best because you can adjust the depth from 1ft to  30ft.

Largemouth bass are becoming more aggressive and starting to hit topwater poppers, frogs and Senkos fished near cattails.

On clear sunny days, anglers are finding smallmouth with dropshotted Roboworms in desert craw and bold bluegill rigged on 8lb test with a 3/16oz dropshot weight. Heavier line and more weight will reduce the number of bites you get so keep it light and catch more fish!

April Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 04/02/

Bass fishing is pretty hot right now at Roper Lake!  Anglers are catching bass in the pound range from boats and from the shore. If you like fishing with live bait, nightcrawlers are working well near shore. Dropshot presentations are still very productive for anglers who prefer using lures.

Please practice catch and release this time of year on medium to large sized bass. During the spring spawn they are tending eggs and guarding them from attacks by predators. If bass are released gently they will find their way back to their nests and continue to raise your future memories!

Trout from previous stockings are still being caught on garlic scented Power Bait and small Mepps or Rooster Tail type spinners at both Roper and Dankworth ponds. The larger fish are still coming from Dankworth.

Bluegill fishing is hot right now and anglers are catching quite a few of these delicious panfish at both Roper and Dankworth. Nightcrawlers fished under a bobber or small jigs seem to be the ticket at both locations.

No reports of catfish at either location but the action for these bottom-dwellers will heat up soon! Summer night fishing typically produces some decent fish for patient anglers using a variety of baits like liver, shrimp, or prepared dough baits.  

March Lake Havasu Fishing Report

Lake Havasu fishing report March 03/18/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Average daytime water temp 62 degrees

Smallmouth are on beds spawning now. Smallmouth bass typically spawn a little deeper than their largemouth cousins, but sight fishing (with polarized sunglasses) is still possible in clear water areas on days with little to no wind. Use small craw jigs, Gitzits and and short leader dropshot rigs when bed fishing smallmouth at Lake Havasu.

Lake Havasu largemouth are biting on dropshotted worms in oxblood or Junebug with a chartreuse tip. The spinnerbait bite is good upriver on points where cattails turn into backwater channels.

The striper bite will be picking up very soon at south end of the lake as the shad spawn. Early morning topwater presentations close to the bank will be your best bet. Shad spawn at night against the bank, then disperse as the sun comes up. Stripers move in on them at first light to corral the shad against the shore for an easy meal. For midday fishing, try cut anchovies on bottom in areas where the water color is clear or greenish, but avoid bays where water is stained or dirty.

A few 2lb redear sunfish being caught deep (10 to 20ft) on live nightcrawlers around artificial habitats. Lake Havasu is home to some very large sunfish and these hard fighters are also excellent table fare!  

March Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 03/13/

Roper Lake

Trout Fishing has been exceptional and many anglers have been limiting out on a regular basis. Garlic scented Power Bait and small spinners have accounted for a majority of the fish.

Bass fishing is picking up and anglers have been catching bass in the pound range by dropshotting in feet of water. We anticipate the bass fishing to heat up consistently as they prepare for their annual spawn when water temps reach degrees.

Nightcrawlers and meal worms fished under a bobber are being used by anglers targeting sunfish and bluegill near shore. Some trout are also being picked up with these baits as well.

Dankworth Pond

Trout fishing isn’t quite as hot here as it is at Roper, but anglers are picking up some trout with garlic scented Power Bait or nightcrawlers. According to the trout delivery personnel, there were fewer trout stocked in Dankworth, but the average size is larger compared to the trout delivered to Roper.

Bass are becoming more active at Dankworth, and the sunfish are hitting with regularity. Watch lake temps to hit the bass spawn here just right when the water temps are degrees.


February Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 02/22/

Trout fishing has been pretty good at Roper Lake and Dankworth pond. Garlic scented Power Bait fished on the bottom or nightcrawlers under a bobber are your best bets in the mornings and mid-late afternoons. A few albino rainbow trout are still showing up at Dankworth but standard rainbows comprise most of the catch at both locations.

Bass fishing is still a little slow but will pick up drastically in the next several weeks as the water temp rises and the fish begin to spawn. One angler reported that the Roper Lake largemouth bass are currently schooling at feet. When water temps reach degrees, look for bass in shallow water guarding their nests. Pro tip: Polarized sunglasses really help see through the glare! Please practice catch and release during the spawn to ensure this fishery continues to produce big, healthy bass for the foreseeable future.

Fishing for sunfish, bluegill, and catfish is still a little slow but some fish are being picked up by persistent anglers.

February Lake Havasu Fishing Report

02/16/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Average daytime water temp has been running about degrees.

The daytime Striper bite is still a little tough unless anglers are focusing their effort on twilight hours. The best times to fish from shore have been 6am to 10am and 4pm to 7pm. Evenings or mornings with foul weather and/or windy conditions have been best. A vast majority of stripers have been coming from mouth of the river and south to Black Rock cove. Green tailed Bass Assassins, pointer ,s and live shad have accounted for most of these fish. Pro tip: Artificial scent is important when the fishing is tough…Sometimes the fish need a little extra incentive to draw an aggressive strike.

The smallmouth bass bite has been fair to good during late morning through afternoon hours. Try using ft diving crankbaits, dead-sticking dropshotted Roboworms or Lv and Rat-L-Trap style lipless cranks. Focus around primary and secondary points where schooling smallies move up to chase shad or feed on crawdads. Smallmouth bass move frequently and you may have to cover several miles of shoreline to find them plus the spawn is coming up quick and really good times are just ahead! There is a great population of smallmouth in Havasu so don't give up, keep casting, and have fun.

January Roper Lake Fishing ReportSuccessful anglers with a nice looking Roper Lake albino rainbow trout!

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 01/15/

Trout fishing is still considered good and very few anglers are leaving Roper or Dankworth Ponds without catching fish. The albino trout have been a nice addition and visitors seem to really like catching them. Garlic scented prepared dough baits like Berkley Power Bait and nightcrawler seem to be working well. Small spinners like Rooster Tails and Panther Martins have also been responsible for recent angling success. 

Bass fishing has been slow but keep in mind this relatively small lake warms up quickly in the spring and they should spawn sooner than larger lakes in Arizona. Great bass fishing is just around the corner. 

January Lake Havasu Fishing Report

01/03/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Average daytime water temp 56 degrees

Striper fishing remains good near schools of shad. Recently large schools of shad have been congregating at the south end of the lake near Havasu Springs and Site 6. The most productive striper lures have been Bass Assassin or Keitech swimbaits rigged on a lead jighead, or Alabama Rigs with TWO hooks (AZGFD Regulation). Troll or cast near shad schools during early morning hours. Fishing with live shad as bait is still producing quality sized stripers from to pounds. Use a 4' throw net (the largest legal size) or a snag hook to catch shad to use as live bait.

Anglers using shad or red colored swimbaits and crankbaits have been successful with Havasu’s smallmouth bass.

Redear sunfish are schooling in deeper water in 25 to 40ft of water off main lake points.

December Alamo Lake Fishing ReportChristopher Quintanilla and a nice looking Alamo Lake largemouth!

12/26/ Report By: Tai Au- Professional bass angler

Bass aren’t as easy to catch in the winter, but anglers can usually coax a few Alamo Lake largemouths into biting any time of year. Dropshotting shad imitations off main lake points might be your best bet over the next month or so. Right now, the bass schooled up deep and anglers have had some success with spoons, deep diving cranks, Yamamoto hula grub on a 3/4 oz head, and Alabama rigs.

Crappie fishing is HOT right now! If you’re willing to join the large groups of boats exploiting giant schools of slabs, crappie jigs in white, chartreuse, and pink or minnows should put some tasty white fillets in your boat!

December Lake Havasu Fishing Report

12/13/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level

Average daytime water temp 58 degrees

Striper fishing remains good near schools of shad if you can find them. The largest shad schools have been at the entrance to the Bill Williams refuge and Site 6. Productive striper lures are currently the bass assassin or Keitech swimbait rigged on a lead jighead. Try trolling or casting Pointer jerkbaits size (, and ) near schools of shad during early morning hours. If you’re into live bait fishing for stripers, live shad are producing quality sized stripers from 3 to 10lbs! Use a 4' throw net (the largest legal size) or a snag hook to catch shad and cast near active schools.

Smallmouth bass are hitting Shad colored jerkbaits like the Staysee 90, or white/shad pattern Rat-L-Traps. The redear sunfish bite is slow unless you can locate the deep winter schools with sonar in 25 to 40ft of water off main lake points.

Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 12/13/

Rainbow trout fishing at Roper Lake has been excellent! Night Crawlers fished under a bobber and bottom rigged Power Bait have both been producing limits of delicious rainbow trout. Anglers that like using artificial baits have been successful with in-line spinners like Rooster tails and Panther Martins and Kastmasters. Bass fishing is still pretty slow but the monster fish are out there hunting fresh, hatchery raised rainbow trout. Try life-size rainbow trout swimbaits fished along the reeds for monster bass ready to ambush their next meal. Very few reports of success from catfish anglers since most have switched to rainbow trout.

The Dankworth pond fishing report is pretty much identical to the Roper Lake report above with the added benefit of an active sunfish bite. Sunfish are being caught regularly with bobber-rigged worms near the floating pier.

Fall Arizona Fishing Report

By: Tai Au- Professional bass angler

All too often, folks ask what's working at a certain lake, although from experience I’ve learned what works today, may not work tomorrow.  By paying attention to current conditions it will be much easier to understand the seasonal changes that result in hook ups. For example, if the wind was blowing yesterday and a spinnerbait was working, but it's calm today…a spinnerbait might not work. 

Right now, we're heading into fall and during the next several months bass will feed heavily on shad. In the back of coves, you may also see them feeding on dragonflies or bluegills.  On rocky banks, you may have a few looking for crawfish to eat. They can be both deep or shallow, using rocks or wood for cover, cruising open water, or hanging out in submerged grass.  Take your pick on how you want to catch them.

Upon arriving at the lake, assess the conditions to determine what you should throw in a particular situation. Start by selecting a lure you can fish efficiently with.  For instance, if a certain lure gets snagged too much, you probably should throw something else. If you’re spending too much time freeing up snags, you aren’t fishing effectively.

If you find an area with shad, try throwing shad imitating lures. Crankbaits, jerkbaits, GFunk Rig, rip baits, spinnerbaits, chatterbait, spook, popper, etc. Current wind conditions may limit your lure selection. I don't typically like throwing reaction baits in super clear water with no wind. Sure, it'll get a few bites but, in my experience, it's not ideal.

My intent is to have you start thinking about current conditions and situations and assess them before throwing random lures. Over time, you’ll learn what lures to pick and how to fish in different conditions, and then adapt with the seasonal changes. Have fun learning how to catch them using new techniques and don’t be afraid to try new things.  Looking back, that was one of the most exciting things when I was learning about bass fishing. Have fun and good luck out there!

November Lake Havasu Fishing Report

11/25/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level

Average daytime water temp 68 degrees

Stripers have been chasing shad around the north Windsor basin in the early morning and late afternoon hours. Look for seagulls diving on the schools of shad coming to the surface. Other good locations this week are the Chalk cliffs, Mesquite Bay 2, and the mouth of the river.

Largemouth bass are hitting white or chartreuse colored spinnerbaits and shad colored rattle traps on breezy days. Smallmouth anglers have been successful using deep diving shad colored crankbaits around rocks in feet of water or gravel/rock shorelines where the smallmouth are chasing baitfish.

11/16/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level

Average daytime water temp 63 degrees

Striper fishing continues to be good if you can locate the shad. Latest shad reports are coming in from around the Bill Williams buoy line, Chalk Cliffs, and the mouth of the river. oz spoons, Pointer s & /s in Chartreuse Shad, and 1oz white Ratl Traps have been producing quality fish. Troll or cast near shad schools during morning or later afternoon hours, although mornings have been best. Live shad are producing stripers over 3lbs. Use a 4' throw net (the largest legal size) or a snag hook to catch shad to use as live bait.

Largemouth bass are hitting on shad colored deep diving cranks and 2 hook Alabama rigs.

Crawdad colored crankbaits and jerkbaits are working well around rocks or gravel/rock shorelines where smallmouth are hunting crawdads.

Lake Havasu striper. Arizona striped bass fishing report.11/02/ Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Lake Level

Average daytime water temp 68 degrees

Striper fishing is currently good if you can locate the schools of shad. Schools of shad and the striped bass hunting them have recently been reported around Bill Williams/Havasu Springs, North Winsor and Chalk Cliffs. A variety of lures are putting Lake Havasu stripers in the boat, try Green tailed Shad assassins, Pointer , s in Chartreuse Shad or a 1oz Ratl trap in “Silverado.” Currently anglers are finding quality fish by trolling or casting near shad schools during early AM and PM hours. Live shad as bait are producing plenty of quality sized stripers over 3lbs. Use a 4' throw net (the largest legal size) or a snag hook to catch shad to use as live bait.

Largemouth bass are providing plenty of action on small white or shad colored jerkbaits like the Pointer 78 or

For smallmouth bass, try deep diving brown or red crawdad colored crankbaits (ft) around rocks or gravel/rock shorelines where smallmouth are actively hunting crawdads.

Roper Lake Fishing Report

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 11/24/

Trout fishing has been very good here and many anglers are catching their six fish limits. Garlic flavored dough baits fished on the bottom and small inline spinners are both currently working well for the hungry rainbows.

Bass fishing has been slow but this is the time of year outsized fish are typically caught on trout imitation baits. Some of the big Roper Lake largemouths are actively feeding on stocked rainbow trout. Try working an imitation lure parallel to the tules to draw a big fish from its ambush spot.   

Bluegills and sunfish are still being caught on nightcrawlers fished under a bobber. Catfishing has been slow.

Arizona Fishing Report- October 22,

By: Tai Au- Professional bass angler

Alamo Lake

Largemouth Bass

The topwater bite is HOT right now for hungry bass exploiting large populations of shad up on the flats towards the river end. Anglers are currently having a field day with Pop-R and walking baits. Shad imitation cranks like RatlTraps are also working well to get a reaction from feeding bass.

In the main lake area, bass can be found from shallow to deep water as they transition into a fall pattern. Large numbers of bass are staging off of secondary points corralling shad into backs of coves. Keitech soft baits and other soft shad imitation lures are working well on these main lake bass. Some anglers are reporting great days on weightless Senkos in a variety of colors like Natural Shad, Baby Bass, and Green Pumpkin. If you’re into jigs, try a Hula Grub in the colors mentioned above in trees and off points. Bass have recently been seen feeding on dragonflies in the backs of coves.

Catfish and Carp

Shore anglers are picking up quite a few catfish on Carolina rigs with hot dogs or fresh shrimp fished between 10 and 20 feet deep. Hard-fighting carp are being caught on the standard offerings like corn and dough balls. 

Lake Havasu

Largemouth Bass

Largemouth bass anglers should still be focusing on cover. The lake still has grass available and these areas are great for locating fish hanging out in the cover. Throw hollow frog imitation baits, buzz baits, or flukes near cover. 

Smallmouth Bass

Smallmouth are hanging out off of main lake points in areas of sand or gravel substrate. Anglers are having success fishing Neko rigs with a 4” Senko. If you haven’t tried a Neko rig yet, you really should! Bass love the falling action of this essentially weighted version of the wacky rig. 

Roper Lake Fishing Report (Including Dankworth Pond)

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 10/01/

Southern Arizona’s fishing hotspot Roper Lake has started to slow down a bit as the water temps continue to drop. Bass anglers have had some luck recently on pound fish with brighter colored worms and grubs fished along the reeds. Shad imitation lures have also been producing a few fish. Sunfish are still very active and available for anglers fishing with meal worms or nightcrawlers by the floating piers. Some big carp in the pound range have been caught recently on corn and homemade dough bait fished on the bottom.

At Dankworth Lake, diving crankbaits and plastic worms fished slow are picking up a few bass. The increased underwater vegetation might be frustrating for anglers, but those that stick with it end up with some nice Dankworth bass; especially flipping into the cattails lining the shore. Per usual, the sunfish are cooperative here with the standard offerings and catfishing has slowed to a near halt.

Rainbow trout will be stocked in November and will give Roper/Dankworth Lake anglers another option during their visit. PowerBait fished on the bottom, salmon eggs undr a bobber, and a variety of in-line spinners usually work pretty well for fish in these gorgeous southern Arizona lakes.

Summer Report

Lake Havasu Fishing Report


Report By: John Galbraith of Bass Tackle Master

Striped Bass action is decent and observant anglers can find boils of stripers chasing shad in the morning and late afternoon. Trolling super spooks, sassy shads and white or Chrome/blue Rattle Traps is currently your best bet. Search for boils from Black Rock & Calif. Bay north to the river entrance.

The channel catfish bite is excellent right now and numerous cats are being caught on cut mackerel or squid off deeper points and coves in 15 to 35 ft of water.

Smallmouth bass are keeping anglers busy! Try throwing Smoke Sparkle or Green Pumpkin Hula grubs rigged on a 3/8oz football jig fished around rocky points and gravel shorelines in 6 to 15ft of water. The topwater bite is on too! Poppers, Sammys, and Buzzbaits are working well for both smallmouth and largemouth over gravel flats and submerged weedbeds in the morning and late afternoon.

Lake Havasu Fishing

Patagonia Lake Fishing Report


Patagonia Elite Series tournament anglers did well on some solid fish during a recent contest at Patagonia Lake. The biggest fish was a pound largemouth, although several in the four-pound range were also caught. Successful anglers used a variety of methods to bring fish to the boat including flipping into the tules and dropshotting Robo Worms. A number of fish were also caught with different types of topwater baits!


The Patagonia Elite Anglers tournament this month was met with hot weather and killer bass fishing. Most teams weighed in a limit of fish and the average fish caught was pounds. Successful anglers were using a variety of lures including worms on dropshot rigs, spinnerbaits, and Texas rigged creature was baits.

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Bluegill fishing is hot right now! The fish are still on their beds and displaying spawning behavior. The water is currently clear so you should be able to see them in the shallow water near shore. Try using mealworms or earthworms fished without a weight for best results. An angler recently reported catching and releasing nearly bluegills during an early June trip…This is a great time of year to get kids hooked on fishing! Plan a trip to Patagonia, and start building new outdoor memories! 

Bass fishing at Patagonia has been tough. The spawn is over and the fish are currently transitioning from their spring to summer patterns. Successful anglers are reporting the best times to fish are earl in the morning, and late in the evening. Flipping Texas-rigged creature baits into the tule pockets, dropshotting worms near the bank, and throwing wacky-rigged Senkos seem to be the go-to methods right now. 

Patgonia Lake Fishing

Alamo Lake Fishing Report

Alamo Lake is a great place to escape the crowds that can be experienced at other lakes. Bass fishing was recently on fire, but has subsided a bit. Fishing for bass is still considered fair. The bass are congregating off of points in the main lake area, and near submerged trees that provide shade. Flukes, Texas-rigged creature baits are working the best for Alamo bass right now. Reports of both quality and quantity have been coming in from anglers focusing on topwater presentations while using lures like hollow belly frogs and walking baits. Rattletraps have also been working well while searching for fish.

Alamo Lake fishing report











Even though the bass and crappie get most the glory at this Sonoran Desert lake, Alamo has a great catfish population as well! Try worms, fresh shrimp, or hot dogs rigged weightless (or a small weight when windy) for best results. You really don’t have to cast far from shore to get in on some great catfish action at Alamo! 

Alamo Lake Fishing

Parker Strip Fishing Report

The lower Colorado River accessed from Buckskin Mountain and River Island State Parks offers some of the BEST smallmouth bass fishing in Arizona! Try small swimbaits like the Keitech Fat Impact rigged on a ball head jig, a weightless 4-inch Senko, or dropshot worms near shore. The smallmouth bass here don’t get a ton of pressure and there are some really nice sized fish currently being caught. 

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Parker Strip Fishing

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 7/28/

Bass fishing at both Roper Lake and Dankworth Pond has been phenomenal recently. Anglers have regularly reported catching largemouth in the pound range from boat and shore. Bait anglers are doing well with nightcrawlers. Artificial lures like soft plastics, floating jerkbaits, and bluegill imitation baits are accounting for a large majority of Roper bass. An angler reported using a green plastic worm wacky rigged to catch a really nice 7lb bass off the floating pier by the boat launch!

Carp anglers are reporting success with corn in the evenings.

Sunfish are still active and most success has come with worms or small plastic jigs close to shore.

Catfishing has been slow.

Report by Park Ranger, Michael DeLeon 7/14/

At Roper Lake, Bluegill and other sunfish have been active early in the day. Anglers are doing well with worms and small jigs. Bass fishing has been slow from shore but boat anglers are doing well by fishing crankbaits slowly along the cattails.

Dankworth pond just down the road from Roper is experiencing some HOT topwater action for bass. Poppers and frog imitation baits are triggering strikes for anglers. Bluegills are biting near the piers with worms or meal worms fished below a bobber.

Catfishing has been slow at both parks.

Roper Lake Fishing

Dead Horse Ranch Fishing Report


Catfish were stocked last week and there's still plenty of eager fish available to anglers! Standard catfish offerings like hot dogs, nightcrawlers, uncooked shrimp, and prepared dough baits are working well fished on the bottom. Try using a swivel and barrel sinker so the fish don't feel resistance when they pick up the bait. This gives them a chance to position the hook correctly for a good hook set! 

Bass fishing has been slow, but a few anglers are picking up fish with small crankbaits fished near structure. Bluegills are biting on meal worms and earthworms fished about 18"" under a bobber.

Stocking catfish at Dead Horse Lagoons










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Rainbow Lake

Rating - Fair

Because so much shoreline is privately owned, Rainbow Lake is best fished from a boat. Waterlevels are very low and launching a boat may be impossible. Anglers may have some luck casting near structure with spinner baits for largemouth bass and Northern pike. Help remove illegally introduced Northern pike by harvesting any caught. Even in cold conditions, Northernpike should still be active and eager to take a crankbait or fish-mimic lure. Spring surveys found large numbers of black bullheads and good channel catfish populations. Fish on the bottom with nightcrawlers or stink baits to catch catfish. Grass carp (white amur) are stocked into this lake to control weed populations; statewide daily harvest limit is one per day, minimum 30 inches. Bow fishing is not a legal method of take for grass carp.

Other Fishing Reports for Avondale

Alamo Lake


Use your favorite Soft Plastic and Flip or Pitch in to cover. Spinner baits with grub, split tail, or swimbaits as trailers have
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Bartlett Lake


For Largemouth bass, shift to a roboworm rigged on a dropshot or a ned rig in ft of water. Skirted jigs and a gary yamamoto
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Lake Mead


Anglers are enjoying an increase in black bass action throughout Las Vegas Bay. Both largemouth and smallmouth are taking a mix
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Canyon Lake


Bass fishing has been better recently. Fish are usually larger here as well. Try senkos, dropshot rigs, chigger craws or jerkbai
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Apache Lake


Fishing has been tough over the last few years due to algae blooms. Drop shotting, jigs, spoons, texas rig and topwater will be
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Woods Canyon Lake


Try Powerbait and night crawlers for Rainbow Trout. For the more aggressive Tiger Trout, use reaction baits like Panther Martins
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Willow Springs Lake


Use power-bait, rooster-tails, and panther martins along with trout magnets and salmon eggs. Also try trolling from a a boat for
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Show Low Lake


Rainbow trout were stocked in spring and summer, and may be holding over into winter. Try small gold lures or PowerBait to attra
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Big Lake


Fishing has been good! Trout are getting very active with the cooling water. Rainbows, cutthroats and brook trout can be caught
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Lake Powell


Water temperature is gradually dropping toward the mid 60s, which is the best time to fish both in the Fall and the Spring. Warm
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Lower and Upper Salt River


Flows have lowered on the salt. now is a great time to target the large mouth in the river before the trout crowds start filling
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Verde River


Trout stocking resumes in October. Trout may be difficult to locate but Catfish (Channel and Flathead) and Smallmouth or Largemo
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Lake Pleasant


Striper / white bass have been being caught in good numbers. Anchovies work the best if you can find them. Small swimbaits, a ri
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Saguaro Lake


Fishing is good here this year! Bass can be caught in the ft range on dropshot, carolina rigs, texas rigs or deep cranks.
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Roosevelt Lake


Early morning topwater and crankbaits on riprap rocks for largemouth bass have been working. Texas rigged senkos in the trees as
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Rainbow Lake Columbia County

Rainbow Lake is a freshwater lake located in Columbia County, Washington. At an elevation of ft. and acres, it's home to a couple species of fish, including rainbow trout. Rainbow Lake provides good shoreline access and a boat launch.

Stocked Fish:Rainbow
Lake Size: acres
Elevation: ft.
Boat Launch:Yes (1)
Rainbow Lake
Shoreline Access:Good

Rainbow Lake Stocking Reports

Rainbow Lake has been historically stocked with rainbow. The largest rainbow ever stocked is lbs. This year so far, there has been 13 stockings of rainbow at an average of lbs. In the past, Rainbow Lake stocked tens of thousands of rainbow averaging lbs.

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Rainbow Lake Fish Species

Rainbow Lake provides excellent opportunities for rainbow trout.

Rainbow trout

Rainbow Lake Fishing Reports

An modestly traveled lake, there has been some successful reports by anglers at Rainbow Lake over the past few years.

Anglers reported the most success with rainbow trout.

Rainbow Lake Pictures & Media

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Deer Lake

May 28, - Rainbow - @ lbs
April 19, - Rainbow - @ lbs

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Rainbow trout

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Blue Lake

June 16, - Rainbow - @ lbs
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Rainbow trout

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Spring Lake

June 10, - Rainbow - @ lbs
May 25, - Rainbow - @ lbs

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Watson Lake

April 6, - Rainbow - @ lbs
February 26, - Rainbow - 50 @ lbs

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Rainbow trout

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Big Four Lake

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Rainbow trout

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