Category: News

BLM seeks public comment on Draft Resource Management Plan

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comment on a Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for nearly 1.4 million acres of public lands located southwest of Phoenix in parts of Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Gila and Yuma Counties, Arizona. The BLM Lower Sonoran Field Office (LSFO) manages these lands, including the Sonoran Desert National Monument. Comments must be submitted by Nov. 25, 2011.

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A Lake of Contrasts

 Lake Mojave is an incongruity – blue, sparkling water in one of the driest regions of the continent. The waters of the Colorado derive from rain and snow melt in the high mountains of Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado. The river works its way through the canyon lands and finally reaches the sere, brown treeless landscape of Arizona and Nevada. The drought lands of these two states, even before human water withdrawals, demand more water from the river than they give – the evaporation off Lake Mead is greater than Nevada’s total legal water allotment. And yet we go boating on clear, blue shimmering water in the middle of the Great American Desert.

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Crazy Bear Lodge is Back – Lake Mohave

As the new owners and operators of Crazy Bear Lodge we would like to offer you our warmest greetings.  After enduring a devastating fire that nearly swallowed the lodge whole, Crazy Bear is stronger than ever.  We were very fortunate to escape without any damage, mostly in part to the fact the fire fighters were using the lodge as there home base to fight the enormous fire.  This allowed the crews to fend of the fire from our infamous rock and save Crazy Bear for the next generation of fisherman.  We allowed a couple years for the trees to recover and for the new growth to appear.  The recovery has been incredible and therefore we are taking select groups for the 2011 summer season.  Dedicated to the outdoors our team own 2 other fishing lodges in BC.  In the fall you will find us on the banks of the Bulkley River battling wild steelhead (you can learn more about this operation here).  The rest of the year we are attacking salmon and steelhead in the remote waters of the Queen Charlotte Islands (for more in click here)

– Lake Mohave

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