For the Angler in You

Lake Havasu is considered one of the greatest bass fishing locations in the country. Bass (both large and small mouth) as well as catfish and striper are among the many fish you can catch as fishing season in Lake Havasu is a year round activity

Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge

Known for its large catfish, this refuge has many piers for you to fish from as well as many other indigenous wildlife to look at. Great for bird watching as well as fishing.
Location: 60911 Highway 95, Parker, AZ 85344
Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Catfish Paradise

Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Catfish Paradise

Did you know that President Franklin D. Roosevelt created this refuge as a habitat for local and migrating birds? This part of the lake runs from Needles to Lake Havasu. Check the local website for fishing details.
Location: 317 Mesquite Ave, Needles, CA 92363
Havasu Springs

Havasu Springs

Hang out down at Havasu Springs Resorts fishing dock for some sun and fishing with an amazing view of the lake.
Location: 2581 Arizona 95 Parker, Arizona 85344
Mesquite Bay

Mesquite Bay

Pier fishing with no interference from watercraft on the lake. This location has 2 piers, parking and bathrooms.
Location: London Bridge Road
Site 6

Site 6

This pier has cleaning stations, a public launch ramp to launch, picnic areas and restrooms.
Location: 591 Beachcomber Blvd Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Take Off Point

Take Off Point

This location has a boat launch, campground capacity and fishing platforms for those wanting to stay close to shore.
Location: Takeoff Point Rd Parker, AZ 85344