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Welcome from the West Coast of Arizona - New Member!

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AzRob

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Welcome all fellow Float Tubers! My name is Robert aka… AzRob and I live in beautiful Lake Havasu City, Arizona - home to the world famous London Bridge. Lake Havasu is also famous for spring breakers and world class Fishing! In fact its home to the world’s largest Redear Sunfish ever caught on record! The huge slab weighed in at 5.55 pounds, measured 16.75 inches long and had a 19-inch girth. I have caught my fair share of large slabs over the years,along with large Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass and sometime a few Stripers, Catfish, Carp, oh yea and one Crappie...but nothing like a 5 lbs sunfish.
I’ve been fish for over 25 years (hope I don’t show my age)with some ups and downs. But in 1997, I bought a WoodRiver StealtRider Float Tube and never look back. When I Lived in California, I would do a lot of Float Tubing at Perris Lake and Newport Bay- landing Bass after Bass in my trusty StealtRider. Then a few years later I moved to Lake Havasu City and was surprise at the quality of the fish at the lake. The City has a very nice fishery program with large area of Fish Habitats in the lake. I have caught some very nice fish off the fishing docks and from the shore, but the real fun is fishing from my Float Tube! Nothing is more relaxing then to see a Large Smallmouth jump two feet in front of you and pull you around the lake (Who needs a trolling motor).. Oh what fun.
I just order up a new toy - a Fish Cat 4 which I hope to get in a few days. The weather here has been weird for the month of May with lots of wind and rain. Its can get hot here like 120` But it’s a dry Heat! So I hope for some better weather when my Cat arrives. In the Future, I hope to do some posts/fishing reports from here to let you know what’s going on Arizona’s west Coast.
So anyways I think I said a lot and it’s time to go fishing… So if your ever what to fish this great Lake, just drop me a E-mail or post and I’ll give you some tips.

Talk to you soon ... AzRob
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waxon67

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Greetz there AzRob welcome aboard! Do you do any fishing at Lake Powell too?

ed5000x

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Man makes me want to go visite my niece and sneek out to fish in the lake wow
nice to have you on the forum Very Happy

jeffcpr

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Why welcome to the forum AzRod nice to have you on the board, it is a great place to talk fishing. There are some great guys here and they are from all over the world as well. We look forward to hearing those reports of Hubcaps out of you r local water and of course don't forget the pictures to.


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WELCOME TO THE FLOAT TUBE FORUM.... HAHAHAHAH ENTER IF YOU DARE TO HAVE LOTS OF SUPER FUN! thats kinda of wierd. lmao

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hello azrob
lots of fun people1
lots of fun topics!
fun place to hang out! Thumbs Up

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AzRob

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Thanks all for the kind words Very Happy

\ Waxon67 - I never been to lake Powell, look nice but it one hell of a lake to be Float tubing if you know what I mean...So Big

And besides I only live two mile to lake havasu and its all down hill Shocked

\Jeffcpr - will keep you posted on...as you would say "Hubcaps" green happy which is on right now , just got back from the docks (Too windy for tubing) caught a nice hand size Slab err..Hubcap, on worms

Again txs for the welcome.

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Welcome AzRob! You live on the most fun lake! I love Havasu! The fishing there is so amazing! Cliff jumping, fishing, boating, all there! Looking forward to reading your reports!


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Welcome AzRob, I lived in parker for a while and we still have a place there. Dont get out there as often as I would like but hoping to change that this summer. We do get some fishing in when not tearing up the river and always catch something. Great fishing out there!

AzRob

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Laguna/ - This Lake is fun...amazing fishing...Cliff Jumping - Ooh yes, Cliff Jumping... fond memories of jumping off cliffs and landing with a dislocated shoulder, Ooh yea.. fun days indeed green happy

Fever/ - I never fish below Parker Dam, But I have heard some great fishing story's about the big one that got away Thumbs Up

P.S. It was my friend who got a dislocated shoulder by jumping off a cliff..had to take him to the emergency room, he was all right after that. Lets just say he is not jumping off any more cliffs... Kids don't try this at home salute

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AzRob wrote:Laguna/ - This Lake is fun...amazing fishing...Cliff Jumping - Ooh yes, Cliff Jumping... fond memories of jumping off cliffs and landing with a dislocated shoulder, Ooh yea.. fun days indeed green happy

Fever/ - I never fish below Parker Dam, But I have heard some great fishing story's about the big one that got away Thumbs Up

P.S. It was my friend who got a dislocated shoulder by jumping off a cliff..had to take him to the emergency room, he was all right after that. Lets just say he is not jumping off any more cliffs... Kids don't try this at home salute

I remember having summer camps at Havasu. No fishing rod during the camps and I remember seeing the biggest Carp in the marina! Fished a couple of tournaments there as well. GREAT fishery! Very dynamic in all aspects! Look forward to your reports!!

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