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  1. Canyon Lake

    Canyon Lake is part of a chain of 4 lakes starting with Roosevelt Lake. It has some big fish come out of it. Current state record for Largemouth...
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  2. Breezy Lake

    Breezy Lake was documented in the sixth edition of Arizona Atlas and Gazetteer in 2004. Its really the only documentation on the lake. It's...
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  3. Bootleg Lake

    Originally impounded in 1965, bootleg Lake disappears and reappears from year to year, depending on rainfall. A number of years ago, some big...
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  5. Black Canyon Lake

    Black Canyon Lake covers 78 surface acres along the Mogollon Rim. At an elevation of 7,100 feet above sea level, it features comfortable summer...
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  6. Big Lake

    Big Lake is one of Arizona's highest-altitude angling destinations and features fishing that leaves you wondering if it's the 9,000-foot altitude...
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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. A1 Lake

    This waterway was named in honor of the great Apache scout, Chief Alchesay, whose native name proved so difficult for U.S. Army officials to...
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  9. Grass Carp

    Grass Carp aka White Amure: (Ctenopharyngodon idella) Description Gold to greenish silver back fading to yellowish white underside, thick body;...
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  10. Common Carp

    Common Carp: (Cyprinus carpio) Description Native to Asia, yellow to golden brown or olive sides, white belly, scales have a dark spot at the...
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  11. Bigmouth Buffalo

    Bigmouth Buffalo: (Ictiobus cyprinellus) Description Non-native. Introduced to Arizona in 1918. Heavy bodied fish. Back is gray to olive-bronze...
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  12. Desert Sucker

    Desert Sucker: (Catostomus clarki) Description Native to Arizona. Body sharply bi-colored, olive-brown above and deep-yellow below. Scales on...
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  13. Tilapia

    Tilapia Description Exotic from Africa and coastal rivers of Israel. At least four varieties of tilapia have been introduced into Arizona since...
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  14. White Crappie

    White Crappie: (Pomoxis annularis) Description Non-native that originated from the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay and Mississippi River basin, west to...
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  15. Black Crappie

    Black Crappie: (Pomoxis nigromaculatus) Description Native to the Atlantic slope from Virginia to Florida, the Gulf slope west to Texas and the...
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