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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Blue Ridge Reservoir - C.C. Cragin

    Blue Ridge Reservoir, aka C.C. Cragin, is one of the best lakes in Arizona to catch monster trout when there biting. The best part about Blue...
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  4. Long Lake

    Although the lake stands at an elevation of 6,700 feet and is in a relatively cool portion of the state, it is managed more as a warmwater...
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  5. Stoneman Lake

    At 80 surface acres(on non-drought years) with a depth that averages 9 feet, Stoneman Lake is one of the only two Arizona lakes that are not...
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  6. Granite Basin Lake

    Granite Basin Lake is man-made and about 5 surface acres. It is not stocked with fish. Although fishing is usually rated as only fair to poor, the...
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  7. Becker Lake

    Becker Lake is one of Arizona's true Blue Ribbon trout fisheries. Lee's Ferry may dwarf it in quality, but located a few miles northwest of...
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  8. Flathead Catfish tips for landing a lunker of your own in Arizona

    Did you know that Flathead Catfish are the second largest of the catfishes and are native to the lower Great Lakes and Mississippi River Basin?...
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  9. Lake Powell

    Lake Powell was formed by the completion of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River in 1966. The lake is a maze of never-ending, deep canyons...
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  10. Oak Creek

    Just two hours from Phoenix, Sedona and Oak Creek together offer on of the most scenic fishing destinations in the nation. The short trip along...
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  11. KIwanis Lake

    Kiwanis Lake is an urban lake in Tempe at 5500 S Mill Ave open from 6:00 to 12:00 midnight. The rules for this lake are as follows from the...
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  12. Carnero Lake

    Carnero Lake is one of those wonderfully hidden getaways in the White Mountains. Unless you know exactly where it is, how to get there and have a...
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  13. Tick Flat Lower Black River

    This is often the spot that people automatically think of when someone refers to the Black River. The 4x4 road is rough, but the fishing makes it...
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  14. Red Mountain Lake

    Red Mountain is an urban lake in Mesa at Red Mountain Park at 7745 E Brown Rd open from sunrise to 10 pm. The rules for the lake are as follows...
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