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.
View our az fishing maps to find a lake near you

  1. A-7 A-10 Colorado River Backwaters

    Popular spot near the Interstate 10 crossing the Colorado River
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    452
    Likes:
    0
  2. 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...
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    1K
    Likes:
    0
  3. User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    1K
    Likes:
    0
  4. User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    647
    Likes:
    0
  5. Alamo Lake

    Alamo Lake is a popular lake to catch Crappie. It's one of the best crappie spots in Arizona particularly in the spring. Alamo Lake also offers...
    User Rating:
    3.8/5,
    Views:
    1K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    4
  6. Alvord Lake

    Alvord Lake is an urban lake at Cesar Chavez Park in south Phoenix, It's open from 5:30 to 11:00 PM. You can take boats in it when the sun is out....
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    981
    Likes:
    0
  7. Antelope Lake

    Antelope Lake is a small Lake or maybe you would call it a pond in northeastern Arizona. It's owned by the Navajo Tribe. This lake is not...
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    538
    Likes:
    0
  8. Apache Lake

    Apache Lake is one of four artificial reservoirs created along the Salt River in central Arizona as part of the Salt River Project. It was created...
    User Rating:
    4.3/5,
    Views:
    3K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    6
  9. 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...
    User Rating:
    3.3/5,
    Views:
    2K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    4
  10. Ash Creek

    If you like to fish for trout Ash Creek has five fishable miles, and you’ll be interested to know that pools in the middle reaches of Ash Creek...
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    886
    Likes:
    0
  11. 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...
    User Rating:
    5/5,
    Views:
    3K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    2
  12. 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....
    User Rating:
    4.3/5,
    Views:
    2K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    6
  13. Bear Canyon Lake

    Bear Canyon Lake is another popular lake in the White mountains to limit out on rainbow trout and to see spectacular scenery. The lake was popular...
    User Rating:
    4/5,
    Views:
    1K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    2
  14. Bear Wallow Creek

    This little-known waterway on the east/central part of Arizona, is home to one of Arizona's rarest residents-the native Apache trout. In 1984 the...
    User Rating:
    0/5,
    Views:
    537
    Likes:
    0
  15. Beaver Creek - Wet Beaver - Dry Beaver

    Wet Beaver Creek is located in the town of Beaver Creek just outside Camp Verde. The creek is sometimes just called Beaver Creek, but there is Dry...
    User Rating:
    3/5,
    Views:
    1K
    Likes:
    0
    Reviews:
    1
Loading...