Varying in elevation from 5,600 feet to 7,500 feet, Diamond Creek courses through huge grassy meadows and stands of tall spruce, aspen and ponderosa pine. Beyond a doubt, it is one of Arizona's most scenic fishable waterways.
If you follow the waterway far enough, it will branch into the Little Diamond. Usually you'll only find smaller fish there. Note that much of this stream is also on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation; make sure to get proper permits. -G.J. Sagi, from the essential travel handbook Fishing Arizona