Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. 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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  2. Topock Marsh - Topock Marsh Lake

    Topock Marsh on the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge will be closed Feb. 20 thru March 6 due to U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service management action....
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  3. Lynx Lake

    Lynx Lake is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. Mild weather, the cool ponderosa pine forest, a serene 55-acre lake,...
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  4. 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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  5. Granite Basin Lake

    Granite Basin Lake is man-made and about 5 surface acres. It is not stocked with fish. Although fishing is usually rated as only fair to poor, the...
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  6. Pena Blanca Lake

    Pena Blanca Lake, a 45 surface-acre impoundment just 18 nikes north and west of Nogales, is still home for some of the southern Arizona's finest...
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  7. Goldwater Lake

    There is two parts to Goldwater Lake Upper and Lower. As far as I know you can only drive to upper on pavement. Lower Goldwater is made from the...
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  8. 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...
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  9. Big Lake

    Big Lake is one of Arizona's highest-altitude angling destinations and features fishing that leaves you wondering if it's the 9,000-foot altitude...
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  10. Willow Springs Lake

    Species found here include rainbow, brown, brook, cutthroat trout and Tiger Trout. There are also some largemouth bass. This usually put-and-take...
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  11. Lake Powell

    Lake Powell was formed by the completion of the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River in 1966. The lake is a maze of never-ending, deep canyons...
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  12. Fool Hollow Lake

    Fool Hollow Lake, in the White Mountains just outside of Show Low, covers 140 surface acres. Average depth for the impoundment is 23 feet, though...
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  13. Chevelon Canyon Lake

    Access to Chevelon Canyon Lake is extremely limited. Although many might consider this, coupled with its remote location, something of a drawback,...
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  14. 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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  15. 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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