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  1. How to catch Northern Pike in Arizona Spoons and dogs

    There are only a handful of lakes in Arizona that you can catch Northern Pike. Probably the known and most popular lakes in Arizona to fish for...
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  2. How to Hunt Bass in the Fall AZ

    Angler Tips: This is one of my favorite times of year to fish for bass. Why? Well, the water temperatures are cooling off, the bass are coming...
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  3. Urban Lakes

    Urban fishing locations in Arizona by city. Phoenix Alvord Lake Cortez Lake Desert West Lake Encanto Lake Papago Ponds Steele Indian School Lake...
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  4. 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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  5. Apache Trout

    The Apache is one of Arizona’s two native trout species and is the Arizona state fish. Found only in White Mountain lakes and streams on forest...
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  6. Cutthroat Trout

    Cutthroat Trout: (Oncorhynchus clarki) Description Original range included coastal streams from Alaska to northern California, eastward through...
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  7. Rainbow Trout

    Rainbow Trout: (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Description Original range of the rainbow trout was from Northern Mexico to the Kuskokwim River, Alaska....
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  8. Brook Trout

    Brook Trout: (Salvelinus fontinalis) Description Native to North America: most of eastern Canada from Newfoundland to the western side of the...
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  9. Brown Trout

    Brown Trout: (Salmo trutta) Description Exotic from Europe. Introduced in Arizona in 1931. Olive-brown with yellowish brown sides. Some orange or...
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  10. Northern Pike

    Northern Pike : (Esox lucius) Description Non-native, originally found in Canada and northern states around the Great Lakes. Introduced to Arizona...
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  11. Walleye

    Walleye: (Sander vitreus) Description Originally native to far north in Canada and Labrador, west of the Appalachian Mountains through the Great...
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  12. Yellow Perch

    Yellow Perch: (Perca flavescens) Description Originally from the northern part of North America east of the Rocky Mountains. Introduced in 1919...
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  13. Largemouth Bass

    Largemouth Bass : (Micropterus salmoides) Description Native to the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes, Hudson bay and the Mississippi River basin:...
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  14. Smallmouth Bass

    Smallmouth Bass : (Micropterus dolomieui) Description Native to the upper Mississippi River basin, generally east of the Missouri River drainage,...
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  15. Striped Bass

    Striped Bass: (Morone saxatilis) Description Originally native to the eastern seaboard of the US and Canada, from the St. Lawrence River to...
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