Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Surprise Lake

    Surprise Lake is a urban lake at Community Park in Surprise at 15930 N Bullard Ave. It's open from sunrise to 10:00 pm. The rules for this lake...
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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. 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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  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. 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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  8. 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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  9. Potato Lake

    Potato Lake Arizona. Potato Lake is more of a lake to have a picnic at or a party. Apparently it used to be a decent sized lake but there were...
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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. Lyman Reservoir

    aka Lyman Reservoir. Lyman Lake was Arizona's first state park. The area features a number of archeological sites and petroglyphs, many of which...
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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. Fishing the Navajo Nation

    Navajo Indian Reservation Arizona Fishing and Recreation Information The Navajo Indian Reservation is located in north east Arizona and has some...
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