Credit Margie Anderson
A BEST WEST BET -- Summer is the height of tourist season at Lake Havasu, Ariz.,
and weekends can get crowded. Weekdays during the summer are not as crowded, and
anglers can boat some bass by getting on the water early to throw jigs and topwater
lures along steep rock banks. Debbie Blanchard shows us the proof.
By Margie Anderson
Arizona Bureau Chief
Havasu is a dynamite place to take the family, even if they donít like to fish.
Lake Havasu City is right on the shore with lots of great hotels and restaurants, so
you can spend time on the water while the family plays on shore.
RV Parks, Campgrounds
There are RV parks and campgrounds all around the lake, too. There are good public launch areas scattered along the length of the 45-mile-long lake, and wildlife preserves at each end of the lake offer some outstanding wildlife viewing. If gambling is one of your vices, Laughlin, Nev., is only a short distance up the road from Lake Havasu City.
You may reach Arizona Boating and Watersports at:
480/947-6219 or 619/523-3091
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