Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Upper Lake Mary

    Upper Lake Mary is the largest of Flagstaff's twin lakes. It is also the one farthest from town. This long, narrow impoundment is especially...
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  5. San Carlos Lake

    San Carlos is a popular lake for catching monster bass, flathead catfish and black crappie. It's located on the San Carlos Indian Reservation so...
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  6. Lower Lake Mary

    Sometimes it's a lake; sometimes it's not. Lower Lake Mary, the smaller of Flagstaff's twin lakes, has a tendency to disappear during the long dry...
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  7. Parker Canyon Lake

    This medium-sized 132 acre lake is located in rolling hill country surrounded by distant mountains. For those who like to fish, Parker Canyon Lake...
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  8. 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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  9. Fain Lake

    Fain lake is a small lake near Prescott Valley. It's regularly stocked with trout. Rainbow trout seems to be the most common and occasional brown...
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  10. Kaibab Lake

    Kaibab Lake is a pleasant place to spend a few hours or a few days. It is located just a couple of miles outside the town of Williams in the...
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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. Bigmouth Buffalo

    Bigmouth Buffalo: (Ictiobus cyprinellus) Description Non-native. Introduced to Arizona in 1918. Heavy bodied fish. Back is gray to olive-bronze...
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  14. Lake Mohave

    Lake Mohave was created in 1951 following the construction of Davis Dam on the Colorado River southeast of Las Vegas. The upper 20 miles of the...
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  15. Bear Canyon Lake

    Bear Canyon Lake is another popular lake in the White mountains to limit out on rainbow trout and to see spectacular scenery. The lake was popular...
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