Fishing at Lake Havasu, CA and AZAbout Lake HavasuLake Havasu is a reservoir that is 45 miles long located along the Colorado River. It is nestled on the border between California and Arizona. People travel to Lake Havasu from all around the country for house boating, jet skiing, water skiing, sailing, fishing, and many other recreational activities. The terrain is very rugged, so much of the shoreline is not accessable from shore. It’s like a small resort town lined with a casino, restaurants, campgrounds, and RV Resorts. Lake Havasu is a lake that can be fished year round for Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Bluegill, and Redear Sunfish. They completed the construction of the dam on this lake in 1938. This lake is owned and managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. Lake Havasu DetailsLake Size:19,300 acresMaximum Depth:90 feetLake Length:45 milesShoreline:450 milesMaximum Lake Elevation:450 feetAvg Summer Surface Water Temp:77 degreesAvg High TemperaturesSpring:90 degreesSummer:108 degreesFall:92 degreeswinter:65 degreesLake Havasu Water Level Water LevelFishing RegulationsCalifornia Freshwater Sport Fishing RegulationsArizona Fishing RegulationsYo-Zuri Crystal 3D Minnow Jointed Deep DiverFishing at Lake HavasuFishermen can do very well fishing from a boat, as well as from the shore. Fish Species at Lake HavasuLargemouth BassSmallmouth BassStriped BassCrappieCatfishBluegillRedear SunfishLargemouth BassLargemouth bass can be found around the boat docks, around submerged structures, in and around submerged vegetation, and off the points. Smallmouth BassSmallmouth bass are found around the deeper canyon areas, around rocky points, and at Parker Strip below the dam. Other great fishing spots are found at Mesquite Cove, Take-Off Point, Havasu Springs, as well as up in the Topock Gorge. Striped BassThe main channel of the lake up to Mohave Rock, in the Windsor Basin, Havasu Springs, Parker Dam, and on the island at Site Six, you can usually run into striped bass. CatfishCatfish can be found in the coves and the rocks. Chicken livers, sardines, clams, catfish bait, and mini crawlers will do the trick.PanfishBluegill, Crappie, and Sunfish can be caught around the docks, rocky areas, weeds, and submerged vegetation, as well as around under water structures using worms, crickets, live minnows, jigs, fly’s, small soft plastics, and small spinners and spinnerbaits will work best. Crappie can be found in the shallows, especially in the Bill Williams arm. Great Lures for Largemouth BassCotton Cordell CJ9 Jointed Red FinCamping at Lake Havasu - Arizona State ParksLake Havasu State Park Cattail Cove State ParkCasino Resort at Lake HavasuHavasu Landing Resort and CasinoLake Havasu Launch Ramps, Resorts, and CampgroundsCattail Cove State ParkCrazy Horse CampgroundsHavasu Springs Resort Islander RV Resort Lake Havasu Marina Lake Havasu State Park Nautical Beachfront ResortSam's Beachcomber Resort Site Six Launch Ramp Topock 66 MarinaTake Off Point Lake Havasu HouseboatingLake Havasu HouseboatsSoft Bait Lures for Fishing at Laka HavasuHow to Drop Shot for Largemouth Bass Everything You Need to KnowLake Havasu Fishing Guides and Fishing Charter BoatsThere are many different fishing guides that offer guided fishing trips on Lake Havasu. FishingBooker is a service of local guides that you can choose from and schedule your next guided fishing trip. Click below to learn more about the different guides that offer guided fishing trips on Lake Havasu, or any other area you are interested in going on a guided fishing trip or fishing charter boat. Book Your Next Fishing Charter by Clicking BelowShop for fishing tackle in ourFishing Gear and Tackle store.Cottages and Vacation Home Rentals around Lake Havasu in Lake Havasu City in CA and AZThese two listings are an example of what is available, click either rental house below for a complete list of rental homes and cottages available. Disclosure: This post is brought to you by the Mendenhall Outdoors team. We highlight products and services that you might find interesting. We frequently receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. If you click a link on this page, then go on to make a purchase, we might receive a commission – at no extra cost to you, and this does not impact the purchase price of any products that you may purchase.