Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. Tilapia

    Tilapia Description Exotic from Africa and coastal rivers of Israel. At least four varieties of tilapia have been introduced into Arizona since...
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  2. 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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  3. Concho Lake

    Concho Lake, in the White Mountains, was created in the early 1880s by the Concho Irrigation Company when it built a dam near Concho Springs. In...
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  4. White River North Fork

    The north fork of the White River starts near McNary and heads south to meet up with the Black Rive to form the Salt River. There are naturally...
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  5. 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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  6. Horseshoe Cienega Lake

    Horseshoe Cienega Lake is popular for catching record sized brown trout. The lake freezes in the winter making it one of the few prime ice-fishing...
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  7. San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation

    San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation Arizona Fishing and Recreation Information
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  8. Scott Reservoir

    Built in 1928, Scott Reservoir is an irrigation impoundment on Porter Creek near Pinetop-Lakeside. The least developed of the “in town” lakes,...
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  9. Sheep's Crossing - Sheep's Bridge

    This is a pretty difficult spot to reach on the Verde River that's famous for smallmouth fishing.
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  10. 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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  11. Cholla Lake

    Cholla Lake, is one of Arizona's most important fisheries in the northeast section of the state. It is also managed as a Navajo County park. To...
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  12. Dogtown Reservoir

    aka Dogtown Lake. On a good, wet-year, you can expect Dogtown Lake to sell to slightly more than 50 surface acres. When the skies aren't as kind,...
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  13. Kearny Park Lake

    Note: please read reviews below: Kearny Park Lake may have a killoff Strategically located on State Route 177 between Winkelman and Superior, the...
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  14. Hulsey Lake

    Annually, when Arizona's mercury climbs above the century mark, residents seek shelter in higher elevations. The White Mountains in central-east...
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  15. Rancho Tonto Catch-a-Trout

    A great private fishing lake to take the kids to and bring home some trout
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