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Lakes of Arizona

Lakes of Arizona

Arizona is not generally associated with fishing but we do have a variety of fish species to throw a lure at. We also, have a diverse landscape throughout the state from the desert to the pines. This makes for year-round fishing, and gives us cold and warm-water fisheries.

View our interactive fishing map to find a lake by fish species

  1. Sheep's Crossing - Sheep's Bridge

    This is a pretty difficult spot to reach on the Verde River that's famous for smallmouth fishing.
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    Dead Horse Ranch State Park

    Located on the Verde River in an area known as the Verde River Greenway at approximately 3,300 feet elevation, Dead Horse Ranch State Park covers...
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  3. Mogollon Rim

    The Mogollon Rim is a 200 mile uplift of about 1000 feet that spans the majority of Arizona. As far as fishing goes, when people refer to 'rim...
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  4. Catfish Point at Horseshoe Dam

    Catfish point is just below Horseshoe Dam on the Verde River. As the name implies, it's a good catfish spot. Even when Horseshoe Lake above is...
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  5. River Reservoir

    River Reservoir covers 120 surface acres and stands at the bone-chilling elevation of 8,200 feet. High water demands in the area often force the...
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    Little Bear Lake

    Little Bear Lake is now called Shush Be Zahze Lake. View that page for info.
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  8. Bear Wallow Creek

    This little-known waterway on the east/central part of Arizona, is home to one of Arizona's rarest residents-the native Apache trout. In 1984 the...
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  9. Ash Creek

    If you like to fish for trout Ash Creek has five fishable miles, and you’ll be interested to know that pools in the middle reaches of Ash Creek...
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  10. Alvord Lake

    Alvord Lake is an urban lake at Cesar Chavez Park in south Phoenix, It's open from 5:30 to 11:00 PM. You can take boats in it when the sun is out....
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  11. Bear Canyon Lake

    Bear Canyon Lake is another popular lake in the White mountains to limit out on rainbow trout and to see spectacular scenery. The lake was popular...
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  12. Bartlett Lake

    Bartlett Lake is located north of Cave Creek. It's one of the most popular lakes for fishing and boating in Arizona along the Verde River....
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  13. Ashurst Lake

    Ashurst Lake AZ is located about twenty minutes south of Flagstaff off Lake Mary Rd. If you want to cautch rainbow trout or Northern Pike Ashurst...
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  14. Arivaca Lake

    For a unique combination of fishing and history, Arivaca Lake is one of those destinations you have to visit at least once. Located an hour south...
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  15. Antelope Lake

    Antelope Lake is a small Lake or maybe you would call it a pond in northeastern Arizona. It's owned by the Navajo Tribe. This lake is not...
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