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  1. Lyman Reservoir

    aka Lyman Reservoir. Lyman Lake was Arizona's first state park. The area features a number of archeological sites and petroglyphs, many of which...
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  2. Lee Valley Reservoir

    aka Lee Valley Lake. Loved by fly fishermen and breath-taking in its setting, Lee Valley Lake sparkles below the flanks of Mount Baldy. A...
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  3. Crescent Lake

    At 138 surface acres, Crescent Lake shouldn't be overshadowed by any body of water, but it's nearest neighbor, Big Lake, does exactly that....
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  4. Clear Creek Reservoir

    Located south of Winslow, Clear Creek Reservoir features largemouth bass, sunfish, channel catfish, bullheads, rainbow trout and carp. Camping can...
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  5. Patterson Ponds

    This is a community fishing water in St. John’s. A regular fishing license or a community fishing license is required to fish here. Channel...
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  6. Woodland Reservoir

    Woodland is located in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest near Pinetop Lakeside, and offers trout fishing and other outdoor recreations. The...
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  7. Scott Reservoir

    Built in 1928, Scott Reservoir is an irrigation impoundment on Porter Creek near Pinetop-Lakeside. The least developed of the “in town” lakes,...
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  8. Fool Hollow Lake

    Fool Hollow Lake, in the White Mountains just outside of Show Low, covers 140 surface acres. Average depth for the impoundment is 23 feet, though...
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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. Pena Blanca Lake

    Pena Blanca Lake, a 45 surface-acre impoundment just 18 nikes north and west of Nogales, is still home for some of the southern Arizona's finest...
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  11. Cluff Ranch

    Cluff Ranch Ponds are located between Pima and Thatcher at the base of the Pinaleno Mountains there stocked regularly with rainbow trout and also...
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  12. 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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  13. AZGFD Special Regulation Waters by Fish Species

    See the species specific tabs for maps of Special Regulation waters and seasons, daily bag and possession limits, & length limits that differ from...
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  14. Stone Dam Lake

    A small ten acre lake between the town of Ashfork, and the town of Williams. The lake holds catfish and bass. We don't get many reports about...
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  15. 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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