Where to Fish in Arizona

  1. Horsethief Basin Lake

    I the early 1930s, Phoenix, like the rest of the nation, was caught firmly in the grips of the Great Depression. People in the "Valley" area...
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  2. 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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  4. Christopher Creek

    Christopher Creek is the ideal getaway for those of us who enjoy a true flyfishing outing once in a while. It's ideally located northeast of...
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  5. Stone Dam Lake

    A small ten acre lake between the town of Ashfork, and the town of Williams. The lake holds catfish and bass. We don't get many reports about...
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  6. Green Sunfish

    Green Sunfish: (Lepomis cyanellus) Description Native to the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay and the Mississippi River basin. Introduced into Arizona in...
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  7. Desert Sucker

    Desert Sucker: (Catostomus clarki) Description Native to Arizona. Body sharply bi-colored, olive-brown above and deep-yellow below. Scales on...
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  8. Roper Lake

    Roper Lake is just north of Dankworth Lake. The lake is a state park and is stocked with rainbow trout in the winter. You can also expect to find...
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  9. Imperial Oasis - Imperial Reservoir

    This stretch of the river is best known for its trophy-sized flathead catfish, with some over 70 pounds and largemouth bass, with some over 10...
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  10. Arctic Grayling

    The Arctic grayling is native to Siberia and North America as far south as Montana, introduced into Arizona in 1940. The dorsal fin is oversized,...
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  11. White Crappie

    White Crappie: (Pomoxis annularis) Description Non-native that originated from the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay and Mississippi River basin, west to...
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  12. Cataract Lake

    Only two miles from Williams, 35-acre Cataract Lake is one of the area's least known, least used fisheries. To get to Cataract, take I-40 west out...
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  13. Riverview Lake

    Riverview Lake is a urban lake at Riverview Park at 2100 W 8th St open from sunrise to 10pm.The rules for this lake are as follows from the...
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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. Alvord Lake

    Alvord Lake is an urban lake at Cesar Chavez Park in south Phoenix, It's open from 5:30 to 11:00 PM. You can take boats in it when the sun is out....
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