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Mead, Mojave and South Fork are the hotspots for big bass right now! (March 2009)Nevada's Bass Crown Jewels

Nevada's Bass Crown Jewels

Mead, Mojave and South Fork are the hotspots for big bass right now! (March 2009)

Havasu and Roosevelt are your midwinter tickets to the best bass fishing in the Southwest.  (Feb 2009)Arizona's Best Bassin' -- Now!

Arizona's Best Bassin' -- Now!

Havasu and Roosevelt are your midwinter tickets to the best bass fishing in the Southwest.

Margie Anderson

It's time to remember the other Alamo -- Alamo Lake in central Arizona. Bass are back after years of devastating drought. (April 2008)Arizona's Alamo

Arizona's Alamo

It's time to remember the other Alamo -- Alamo Lake in central Arizona. Bass are back after

Tony Mandile

You won't find a Mead or a Mojave up here. But for fast action with 2-, 4- or even 8-pounders, check out these Silver State. (March 2008).Northwestern Nevada

Northwestern Nevada

You won't find a Mead or a Mojave up here. But for fast action with 2-, 4- or even 8-pounders,

Zack Thomas

Popular Lake Pleasant offers largemouth, while and striped bass in state-record sizes. Here are some tips to get a hit. (February 2008).Pleasantly Surprised

Pleasantly Surprised

Popular Lake Pleasant offers largemouth, while and striped bass in state-record sizes. Here

Tony Mandile

An off-the-charts bait spawn. Phenomenal bass grow-outs. New flooded territory. In Alamo, Bartlett, Pleasant and Roosevelt reservoirs, Arizona's got some of the best bass fishing in the West.  (February 2007)Arizona's Fab 4

Arizona's Fab 4

An off-the-charts bait spawn. Phenomenal bass grow-outs. New flooded territory. In Alamo,

Rory Aikens

Get down to fish-eye level and float the Lower Colorado River for solitude and limits of largemouths. (January 2007)Flippin’ For Arizona Bass

Flippin' For Arizona Bass

Get down to fish-eye level and float the Lower Colorado River for solitude and limits of

As one tournament bass angler avers, “If you don't catch fish at Roosevelt Lake, you aren't trying hard enough!” What transformed this giant desert pond from mediocre backwater to a bass-fisher's oasis? (April 2007)The Return Of Rosy

The Return Of Rosy

As one tournament bass angler avers, 'If you don't catch fish at Roosevelt Lake, you

Lee Allen

Roosevelt, Bartlett and Alamo are the places you will want to try this year, as full pools and flooded vegetation make way for excellent fishing conditions. (February 2006)3 Bass Hotspots for '06

3 Bass Hotspots for '06

Roosevelt, Bartlett and Alamo are the places you will want to try this year, as full pools and

Rory Aikens

Speak softly and carry a big flippin' stick. Oh yeah, Teddy Roosevelt would get a charge out of this Arizona bass lake! (April 2006)In The Spirit Of Roosevelt

In The Spirit Of Roosevelt

Speak softly and carry a big flippin' stick. Oh yeah, Teddy Roosevelt would get a charge out

Rory Aikens

Local anglers affectionately call this Arizona impoundment Rosey, and their annual springtime optimism is about to be confirmed on this productive desert water -- big time!Roosevelt Bassin'

Roosevelt Bassin'

Local anglers affectionately call this Arizona impoundment Rosey, and their annual springtime

Lee Allen

Taking largemouth bass in Lake Mead's current low-water conditions requires a few simple changes. The first involves understanding how the fish react to rocks rather than to brush.Mead Bassin'

Mead Bassin'

Taking largemouth bass in Lake Mead's current low-water conditions requires a few simple

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