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Lakes of Arizona

Lakes of Arizona

Arizona is not generally associated with fishing but we do have a variety of fish species to throw a lure at. We also, have a diverse landscape throughout the state from the desert to the pines. This makes for year-round fishing, and gives us cold and warm-water fisheries.
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  1. Horseshoe Lake

    Horseshoe Lake AZ - Lake Information, water level, updates and fishing report.
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  2. Woods Canyon Lake

    Wood Canyon Lake is a small lake just east of Payson that can have good trout fishing. If your looking for a day trip with the family, Woods...
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  3. Lake Pleasant

    Lake Pleasant is a man-made reservoir Northwest of Phoenix, popular for fishing and watersports. Lake Pleasant was formed by the creation of the...
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  4. Roosevelt Lake Arizona: Fishing report and lake information

    Arizona's biggest bass lake, Theodore Roosevelt Lake. Read the latest fishing reports, get direction to the lake and more.
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  5. Ashurst Lake

    Ashurst Lake AZ is located about twenty minutes south of Flagstaff off Lake Mary Rd. If you want to cautch rainbow trout or Northern Pike Ashurst...
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  6. Fossil Creek

    In the fall of 2004, nearly 100 people from around the state worked together to restore Fossil Creek to a native fishery. This work involved...
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  7. Catfish Point at Horseshoe Dam

    Catfish point is just below Horseshoe Dam on the Verde River. As the name implies, it's a good catfish spot. Even when Horseshoe Lake above is...
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  8. Willow Springs Lake

    Species found here include rainbow, brown, brook, cutthroat trout and Tiger Trout. There are also some largemouth bass. This usually put-and-take...
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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. Silver Creek

    Silver Creek is a 45-mile-long stream located in the White Mountains north of Show Low. It is a tributary of the Little Colorado River. It's know...
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  13. 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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  14. Rainbow Lake Arizona

    By damming Walnut Creek in 1903, Mormon settlers created Rainbow Lake. Eventually, the settlement grew into the Town of Lakeside, now incorporated...
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  15. 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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