A bass fishing vacation trip to Lake Mohave Arizona 4-19-2019. Great trip! Lake Mohave on the Arizona/Nevada is amazing with 240 miles of shoreline, spreading 67 miles from end to end, with Cottonwood Cove Resort & Marina located right in the center. It begins at Davis Dam in Bullhead City, Arizona and is just 14 […]
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The Colorado River runs between Bullhead City, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada below Lake Mohave. There’s So Much to Do in Bullhead City, AZ & Laughlin, NV There are lots of attractions near our Bullhead City / Laughlin area RV park & vacation rentals. To help you plan your Colorado River vacation, we’ve assembled the following […]
Enjoying a cup of coffee and watching the sunrise paint the landscape with color. So – you’ll need to be up bright and early, and as you might well have guessed, the sunrise time will change depending on season and location in the world! I always like to arrive at least two to three hours […]
Need a Spring Break from Shredding the Gnar? Mohave County AZ is great winter 4 wheeling with hundreds of miles of old wagon trails and mines to explore. Tired of 4 wheeling Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu, Lake Mead and the Colorado River are nearby for boating and fishing fun.
Take a Spring Break vacation to Lake Mohave Arizona. Spring bass fishing is outstanding in crystal clear water. Spring is an ideal time for boating on Lake Mohave. Summer is the high season!
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The Colorado River runs between Bullhead City, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada below Lake Mohave. Bullhead City is a city located on the Colorado River in Mohave County, Arizona, United States, roughly 90 mi south of Las Vegas, Nevada, and directly across the Colorado River from Laughlin, Nevada, whose casinos and ancillary services supply much of […]
Lake Mohave Arizona is only a short days drive. Good fishing for Bass, Trout and Stripers. Houseboating, kayaking or touring the lake and Colorado River by Personal Watercraft. Plenty of great hiking and camping locations. Lake Mohave’s 240 miles of shoreline can be enjoyed year ’round as days are almost always sunny. The terrain surrounding […]
Mohave County AZ is great winter 4 wheeling with hundreds of miles of old wagon trails and mines to explore. Tired of 4 wheeling Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu, Lake Mead and the Colorado River are nearby for boating and fishing fun. All-terrain vehicles have to do it all: work, recreation, ranching, farming, hunting, and exploring. […]
Lake Mohave Bass Fishing Take a Spring Break vacation to Lake Mohave Arizona. Spring bass fishing is outstanding in crystal clear water. Spring is an ideal time for boating on Lake Mohave. Summer is the high season! Lake Mohave on the Arizona/Nevada is amazing with 240 miles of shoreline, spreading 67 miles from end to […]
Santa Fe Bandstand is a free summer music festival on the Santa Fe Plaza and at SWAN Park on Santa Fe’s Southside. Brought to you by Outside In Productions, a nonprofit, community-based group established in the spring of 1995, to bring free, live performances, presentations and workshops to people confined to shelters, residential treatment facilities, […]
Taos Plaza Live outdoor concert, Taos, New Mexico July 2013. Taos Plaza Live is open to the public. Held on the Taos Plaza summer evenings from 6 to 8 pm. Taos is a town in northern New Mexico’s high desert, bounded by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It’s known for historic adobe buildings such as […]
Featuring spectacular New Mexico desert scenery dotted with silver-green sagebrush and challenging arroyos, Taos Country Club is a truly unique setting. Golfers encounter manicured greens, natural desert topography, and panoramic mountain views that contribute to a truly memorable experience of golfing in New Mexico. Measuring 7,302 yards from the back tees, this Jep Wille design […]
What can you say, Bryce Canyon is amazing. If you have only a short time to visit there are lot of great view points to enjoy but if you have the time, go hiking into the canyons its simply amazing place to see. Either way you wont be disappointed its just simply an amazing landscape. […]
Balloons over Angel Fire is a fun, high altitude, family friendly event held every June in the beautiful mountains of northern New Mexico. Balloon Glows and Mass Ascensions without the crazy crowds and costs. Watch a field of hot-air balloons at sunrise as they gracefully float up into the cool morning air of the Moreno […]
The Pecos River originates high up in the Pecos Wilderness Area of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains just north of Santa Fe, NM. A handful of tiny streams loaded with small browns, cut-bows and cutthroats flow into the Pecos above Cowles. Below Cowles the stream becomes a small-medium river ranging between 10-25 feet wide as […]
The Rio Pecos is perhaps the most central location for anglers seeking the greatest array of fishing opportunities. The very best rainbow and brown trout fishing on the Rio Pecos is found between Terrero and Cowles. The section just above Terrero is best fished by beginning at the Terrero General Store (parking across the river […]
The first dozen miles of the Cimarron River (from Eagle Nest Lake to Ute Park, New Mexico) are known for fine trout fishing. Stocked trout include rainbow and brown. The river is maintained by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish at a trout density of approximately 3,000 fish per mile, although water flow […]
Rio Grande Gorge, where a few dozen Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep released in 2006-2007 have multiplied to a population of 280 in 10 years. Bighorn sheep were absent from the gorge until 2006, when the Taos Pueblo released 23 onto the landscape. The Department of New Mexico Game and Fish followed with the release of […]
One of the most popular trout fishing streams in the New Mexico. Paralleled by highway 518 along its entire length. Headwaters above Tres Ritos (Angostura and Alamitos Creek). Many campgrounds. Heavy thunderstorms overnight clouded the water for this video. New Mexico Hwy 518 runs from Taos, New Mexico South to Las Vegas, New Mexico. Numerous […]