Lakes of Arizona

Haigler Creek

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  • Haigler Creek is located just below the Mogollon Rim. You can catch brown trout and small rainbows. Rainbows naturally occur in this creek or at least they did back in the 90s. There are some deep poles in Haigler creek were you can located the browns and through spinners at them. The creek is also good for fly fishing. Here is the most current printable information on Haigler Creek from the Tonto National Forest along with a printable map. Be sure and read below on this page for reviews and reports.
  • GPS:
    Latitude: 34° 14' 13.95"N Longitude: 110° 57' 41.66"W
    Phone Numbers for more information::
    Tonto National Forest (602)225-5200
    Restrictions/Season of Use:
    Haigler Creek is open all year but check road conditions due to the altitude of the lake
    Road Conditions:
    Off of the 260 the road will turn to dirt. Any high clearance vehicle should do fine. Bring a 4x4 in rain
    Land Ownership:
    Haigler Creek is owned by the Tonto National Forest
    Ranger Station/District:
    Tonto National Forest (602)225-5200
    Entrance Fees/Permits:
    No
    Elevation:
    4000 to 5800 feet
    Max Surface Acres:
    11 fishable miles
    Bag Limit:
    They didn't mention the bag limit in the last printing of fishing regulations book by the Game and Fish department. Unless its posted otherwise the limit on trout on the rim is usually 6. Largemouth and catfish are usually unlimited. Just check the signs if your out there. Or call the Game and Fish "number is below"
    Boats to Rent:
    No
    Camping:
    Yes nearby
    Trailer Spaces:
    No
    Electricity:
    No
    Water Skiing:
    No
    Cleaning Stations:
    No
    Marinas:
    No marinas at Haigler Creek
  • To get to Haigler Creek take the 260 to Forest Service Road 291 and go south, go three mile to the junction of Forest Service Road 200 and take a right to the lake.

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