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Lakes of Arizona

  1. Hulsey Lake

    Annually, when Arizona's mercury climbs above the century mark, residents seek shelter in higher elevations. The White Mountains in central-east...
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  2. Hawley Lake

    Of all Arizona's trout waters, this is my absolute favorite! I'll always fondly remember when I was young and my parents would drag me to its 260...
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  3. Patagonia Lake

    Besides being a favorite for boaters in the southern half of the state, Patagonia Lake is also a fisherman's paradise. In the winter it receives...
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  4. Kearny Park Lake

    Note: please read reviews below: Kearny Park Lake may have a killoff Strategically located on State Route 177 between Winkelman and Superior, the...
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  5. Willow Lake

    Willow Lake is just across the road from Watson lake. Willow Lake is full when its raining and dry when its not. The lake is in a big grass land...
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  6. Lake Mead

    The primary game fish include striped bass, largemouth , smallmouth , channel catfish, black bullhead catfish, bluegill sunfish, green sunfish,...
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  7. Mogollon Rim

    The Mogollon Rim is a 200 mile uplift of about 1000 feet that spans the majority of Arizona. As far as fishing goes, when people refer to 'rim...
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  8. Point of Pines Lake

    Point of Pines Lake is not what you'd expect in an area typically associated with a dry climate. The lake is on the San Carlos Apache Indian...
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  9. River Reservoir

    River Reservoir covers 120 surface acres and stands at the bone-chilling elevation of 8,200 feet. High water demands in the area often force the...
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  10. Roper Lake

    Roper Lake is just north of Dankworth Lake. The lake is a state park and is stocked with rainbow trout in the winter. You can also expect to find...
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  11. 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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  12. Kinnikinick Lake

    Kinnikinick Lake is a relatively out of the way, open country body of water where people come to camp and fish for trout. The surrounding area...
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  13. Rancho Tonto Catch-a-Trout

    A great private fishing lake to take the kids to and bring home some trout
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  14. Cortez Lake

    Cortez Lake is an urban lake at Cortez Park in Phoenix at 3434 W Dunlap Ave open from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm. The rules for this lake are as follows...
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  15. Dead Horse Ranch State Park

    Located on the Verde River in an area known as the Verde River Greenway at approximately 3,300 feet elevation, Dead Horse Ranch State Park covers...
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