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Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. Show Low Lake

    Show Low Lake, once and under-funded county park, is now an incredible state resource. It's a sterling example of how private industry and the...
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  2. KIwanis Lake

    Kiwanis Lake is an urban lake in Tempe at 5500 S Mill Ave open from 6:00 to 12:00 midnight. The rules for this lake are as follows from the...
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  3. Red Mountain Lake

    Red Mountain is an urban lake in Mesa at Red Mountain Park at 7745 E Brown Rd open from sunrise to 10 pm. The rules for the lake are as follows...
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  4. 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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  5. Lake Havasu

    Lake Havasu is part of the Colorado River created by the Davis Dam and home to the history London Bridge. The border of California and Arizona...
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  6. Lee Valley Reservoir

    aka Lee Valley Lake. Loved by fly fishermen and breath-taking in its setting, Lee Valley Lake sparkles below the flanks of Mount Baldy. A...
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  7. Becker Lake

    Becker Lake is one of Arizona's true Blue Ribbon trout fisheries. Lee's Ferry may dwarf it in quality, but located a few miles northwest of...
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  8. 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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  9. Oak Creek

    Just two hours from Phoenix, Sedona and Oak Creek together offer on of the most scenic fishing destinations in the nation. The short trip along...
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  10. Rose Canyon Lake

    Rose Canyon Lake is tucked away in a picturesque stand of mature ponderosa pines high on the slopes of the Santa Catalina Mountains. A paved road...
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  11. 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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  12. Reservation Lake

    Reservation Lake, which is at a frigid elevation of 9,000 feet above sea level, is rather out-of-the-way destination on the White Mountain Apache...
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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. 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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  15. Stoneman Lake

    At 80 surface acres(on non-drought years) with a depth that averages 9 feet, Stoneman Lake is one of the only two Arizona lakes that are not...
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