Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. Santa Cruz River

    The Santa Cruz River is located in southern Arizona, and northern Sonora, Mexico. The Santa Cruz has its headwaters in the high intermontane...
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  2. 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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  3. White Mountain Indian Reservation Fishing Information

    The White Mountains Fort Apache Indian Reservation is in the center of a lake infested region "The White Mountains" in northern Arizona. Its home...
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  4. Yellow Bullhead

    Yellow Bullhead: (Ameiurus natalis) Description Non-native originally found in Atlantic and Gulf slope drainages to the Mississippi River basins....
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  5. 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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  6. Point of Pines Lake

    Point of Pines Lake is not what you'd expect in an area typically associated with a dry climate. The lake is on the San Carlos Apache Indian...
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  7. Lake Mead

    The primary game fish include striped bass, largemouth , smallmouth , channel catfish, black bullhead catfish, bluegill sunfish, green sunfish,...
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  8. Blue River

    The Blue River in Arizona does not consist of forks but many small creeks as it runs from the bottom of the San Francisco River near Alpine then...
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  9. Rio Vista Lake

    Rio Vista Lake or Rio Vista Pond is an urban lake at Rio Vista Park in central Phoenix, It's open from 6:00 to 10:30 PM. You can catch Rainbow...
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  10. Cortez Lake

    Cortez Lake is an urban lake at Cortez Park in Phoenix at 3434 W Dunlap Ave open from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm. The rules for this lake are as follows...
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  11. Bluegill

    Bluegill: (Lepomis macrochirus) Description Native to the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River Basin. Introduced to Arizona in 1932. The...
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  12. Rancho Tonto Catch-a-Trout

    A great private fishing lake to take the kids to and bring home some trout
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  13. 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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  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. Dead Horse Ranch State Park

    Located on the Verde River in an area known as the Verde River Greenway at approximately 3,300 feet elevation, Dead Horse Ranch State Park covers...
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