Bunch Reservoir is one of three reservoirs (the other two: Tunnel, p108 and River p.103) that are just outside of Greer in the scenic White Mountains. Bunch came into being when a dam was created to impound the Little Colorado River about a mile north of Greer.
Bunch Reservoir suffers chronic changes in size and, depending on the time of year ( and recent atmospheric conditions), it can run anywhere from 44 surface acres in the spring to 20 by the end of the summer.
As is the case with most lakes in the White Mountains, the best time to prospect the lake for finny gold is in the early spring right after the thaw. Bunch Reservoir is home to a healthy population of brown and rainbow trout, and periodically stories come out of the lake about huge fish.-G .J Sagi, from the travel handbook Fishing Arizona