Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. Boneyard Creek

    Boneyard Creek is a small creek located outside eager that has Rainbow and Brook Trout when it has water. It is a tributary of the east fork of...
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  2. Bootleg Lake

    Originally impounded in 1965, bootleg Lake disappears and reappears from year to year, depending on rainfall. A number of years ago, some big...
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  3. Breezy Lake

    Breezy Lake was documented in the sixth edition of Arizona Atlas and Gazetteer in 2004. Its really the only documentation on the lake. It's...
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  4. Bright Angel Creek

    Bright Angel Creek is more popular for its camping than fishing although they do have Rainbow, Brook and Brown Trout to catch. Its located in the...
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  5. Brook Trout

    Brook Trout: (Salvelinus fontinalis) Description Native to North America: most of eastern Canada from Newfoundland to the western side of the...
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  6. Brown Trout

    Brown Trout: (Salmo trutta) Description Exotic from Europe. Introduced in Arizona in 1931. Olive-brown with yellowish brown sides. Some orange or...
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  8. Bunch Reservoir

    Bunch Reservoir is one of three reservoirs (the other two: Tunnel, p108 and River p.103) that are just outside of Greer in the scenic White...
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  9. Burro Creek

    Burro Creek flows southwest into the west fork of the Black River. If it's open you can expect to catch Apache and Brown Trout.
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  10. Campbell Blue Creek

    Campbell Blue Creek is a major tributary of the Blue River in eastern Arizona. It's located near the north or beginning of the Blue River below...
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  12. Canyon Creek

    Ahh! the playful Canyon Creek, home to Wild Brown Trout and some Rainbow Trout, a stream revered by trout fishermen. The Canyon Creek Hatchery...
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  13. Canyon Lake

    Canyon Lake is part of a chain of 4 lakes starting with Roosevelt Lake. It has some big fish come out of it. Current state record for Largemouth...
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  14. Capt. Doyle's Fun Fishing Guide Service

    Fish Topock Gorge to Lake Havasu for Striped Bass, Largemouth and Small mouth Bass, Trout, Crappie, and Catfish. Topock Gorge on the Colorado...
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  15. Carnero Lake

    Carnero Lake is one of those wonderfully hidden getaways in the White Mountains. Unless you know exactly where it is, how to get there and have a...
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