• Lees Ferry is a famous trout fishing spot in northern Arizona. It's part of the Colorado River just below Lake Powell's Glen Canyon Dam.. HookedAZ.com is currently looking for authors who would like to write a summary about Lees Ferry. See the link "Become an Author".
  • GPS:
    36° 51' 30.58"N 111° 36' 19.01"W
    Phone Numbers for more information::
    The water level varies depending on how much water there letting out of Glen Canyon Dam that day. Here is a good web site to check the details about the water level for Lees Ferry http://lakepowell.water-data.com/
    Restrictions/Season of Use:
    fishing and boating and are open year-round at Lees Ferry
    Road Conditions:
    The roads to Lees Ferry are paved all the way to the main launching areas.
    Land Ownership:
    Ranger Station/District:
    Lees Ferry Ranger Station - 928-355-2234
    Entrance Fees/Permits:
    Lees Ferry's Fee is less than Ten Dollars
    Max Surface Acres:
    15 fishable miles as it is part of the Colorado River
    River Lake Impounds:
    Lees Ferry is filled from the Colorado River
    Average Depth:
    15 ft
    Bag Limit:
    Usually 4 trout and size limitations will be posted, usually 12 inches
    Boat/Engine Restrictions:
    There are no motor restrictions at Lees Ferry
    Boats to Rent:
    Yes you can rent or take raft tours on Lees Ferry
    Barrier free Access:
    Trailer Spaces:
    Launching Area:
    There's one near the Bridge
    Water Skiing:
  • To get to Lees Ferry from Phoenix you take the 89 north out of Flagstaff and stay on that all the way to a town called Bitter Springs. Its a small town if you would even call it that about 30 just before page. The 89 forks and you want to take it west or "take a left" you stay on that road for about twenty minutes till you cross the Bridge to Lees Ferry. The road from Bitter Springs has no service centers along it some make sure you have what you need including cash for the access Fee.

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