Where to Fish in Arizona

This site includes fishing spots managed by the game and fish department, Indian Reservations and fishing holes on private land. Be sure and do some research before heading out to a new spot. The information on these fishing locations is community driven and often out-dated, we're not an official state organization. If you're looking for new places to fish in AZ though, you're going to find it here..
  1. A-7 A-10 Colorado River Backwaters

    Popular spot near the Interstate 10 crossing the Colorado River
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  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...
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  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...
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  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....
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  7. Ambassador guide service

    Ambassador Guide Service is a small family owned guide service in Page Arizona that provides anglers a unique experience to see Lake Powell and...
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  8. 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...
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  9. 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...
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  10. Apache Sitgreaves National Forest Fishing

    The Apache and the Sitgreaves National Forests were administratively combined in 1974 and are now managed as one unit from the Forest Supervisor's...
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  11. Apache Trout

    The Apache is one of Arizona’s two native trout species and is the Arizona state fish. Found only in White Mountain lakes and streams on forest...
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  12. Arctic Grayling

    The Arctic grayling is native to Siberia and North America as far south as Montana, introduced into Arizona in 1940. The dorsal fin is oversized,...
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  13. 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...
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  14. Arizona Fishing Guides

    At The Arizona Fishing Guides LLC, we strive to pass on the beauty and excitement of Arizona's finest waterways through world class bass and fly...
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  15. Arizona Fishing locations by Fish Species Map

    Will this map you can see all fishing location in Arizona, and use a filter for the species of fish you want to find.
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