Rivers of Arizona

Rivers of Arizona

If you're looking to fish Arizona year-round, learn the rivers. Our rivers make the majority of our lakes/reservoirs and hold nearly every species of fish in Arizona. You can fly fish year round for trout and enjoy bass fishing in 66 degree water on a 115 degree day if you know where. Be sure and check-out our interactive Arizona Rivers map in the map showcase.
  1. Lower Salt River

    The Lower Salt River, below Saguaro Lake's Stewart Mountain Dam, has the distinction of being the only cold-water trout fishery in the nation...
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  2. Black River Arizona - Lower Black River

    While the Lower Black River is one of the best places in the state to fish for smallmouth bass, it is also an environmentally sensitive wilderness...
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  3. Verde River

    Fishing the Verde River The Verde River holds some of the best fishing in the state from it's beginning in Chino Valley all the way down to its...
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  4. Gila River

    Most people in the metro phoenix think of the Gila River as a dry river with not worth fishing. In the metro Phoenix area the Gila River does...
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  5. Colorado River

    Path of the Colorado River The Colorado River path runs from the snow melt of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado all the way to the gulf of...
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  6. Black River Arizona - East - West - North Forks

    This page is an introduction to the Black River in Arizona. This page includes information on the west and east fork. You can launch our...
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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Blue River

    The Blue River in Arizona does not consist of forks but many small creeks as it runs from the bottom of the San Francisco River near Alpine then...
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  10. Santa Cruz River

    The Santa Cruz River is located in southern Arizona, and northern Sonora, Mexico. The Santa Cruz has its headwaters in the high intermontane...
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  11. San Pedro River

    You can view the path of the San Pedro River on our interactive rivers map. or use the smaller one below. San Pedro River is a northward-flowing...
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  13. Bill Williams River

    f you're looking for fishing on the Bill Williams River in Arizona, you might want to check out the Bill Williams Wildlife Refuge page. The Bill...
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  14. Virgin River

    The Virgin River runs through the far northwest corner of Arizona on its way to Lake Mead from the Zion National Park in Utah. The Virgin River is...
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