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  1. Seneca Lake

    Seneca Lake is off the 60/77 halfway between Globe and Show Low. The lake is treated as a warm and cold water fishery. It offers largemouth bass,...
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  2. Tiger Trout

    Arizona Lakes currently stocked with tiger trout in Arizona include Becker Lake, Carnero Lake, Woods Canyon Lake, Willow Springs Lake) More tiger...
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  3. Picacho Reservoir

    Note: Picacho Lake/Reservoir has been reported dry in the reviews below: Conveniently located in the heart of Arizona, Picacho Reservoir can...
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  4. Arizona Kayak Fishing Basics

    Introduction to Kayak Fishing If you enjoy paddling, either from a kayak or canoe, you know the tranquility it brings when you are out on the...
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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Reservation Lake

    Reservation Lake, which is at a frigid elevation of 9,000 feet above sea level, is rather out-of-the-way destination on the White Mountain Apache...
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  8. Member Blog Post The trouble with Carp in Arizona

    Carp is the enemy to all fishermen in Arizona. We are in a brutal war as to who is in charge of our rivers and water ways with this carnivorous...
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  9. How to catch Northern Pike in Arizona Spoons and dogs

    There are only a handful of lakes in Arizona that you can catch Northern Pike. Probably the known and most popular lakes in Arizona to fish for...
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  10. Surprise Lake

    Surprise Lake is a urban lake at Community Park in Surprise at 15930 N Bullard Ave. It's open from sunrise to 10:00 pm. The rules for this lake...
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  11. Canyon Creek

    Ahh! the playful Canyon Creek, home to Wild Brown Trout and some Rainbow Trout, a stream revered by trout fishermen. The Canyon Creek Hatchery...
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  12. How to Catch Trout | The Basics of Trout Fishing

    Trout fishing is a dynamic art. For beginners it can seem perhaps a complicated task. Hopefully, this article will help break some of the basics...
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  13. Dry Lake

    Apparently there are two Dry Lakes. There is one just north of the 277 off the 377 near Snowflake in northern Arizona and the other one that this...
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  14. 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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  15. White River North Fork

    The north fork of the White River starts near McNary and heads south to meet up with the Black Rive to form the Salt River. There are naturally...
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