Whether you prefer lakes, streams, creeks or urban fishing, a year long season and a wide variety of sport fish species provide Arizonian’s with plenty of great fishing opportunities…Although Arizona is a desert state, it is blessed with abundant opportunities for anglers. Of the 27 or so species commonly sought by Arizona anglers, eight are cool or coldwater fish, and 19 are warmwater species. There are more than 160 stream management reaches comprising 1,500 miles and around 80 lakes that are managed for trout. The Arizona Game and Fish Department also manages warmwater fishing opportunities in about 355,000 acres of impounded water (lakes, reservoirs, ponds, and tanks) and 35,840 acres of flowing water (about 1,400 linear miles). – Arizona Game and Fish Department
Come experience the unique diversity and exciting fishing opportunities on one of the Sonoran Deserts prestigious waters.
Brief descriptions on Arizonas many trout streams
I once caught so many fish upstream of Burro Creek, a tributary of the Black River, that I got tired of fishing
The Blue River is best fished in the spring and fall when the heat of the summer and the low flows can make fishing inconsistent at best.
Arizona fly fishing information
It was his first time fishing Lee’s Ferry and my first opportunity to fish up river.
“Fly Fishing America” exposes the big river’s grand ‘foam hatch’
Southern and Central Arizonas online resource for fishing lake reports and fishing links
From the Arizona Flycasters club
Game & Fish Information, Pinetop, Arizona
Arzona fly fishing for trout, bass,etc – articles, pictures, stories, fly patterns, etc
E. Arizona fish could be first taken off threatened and endangered list
River, seasons, travel, and accomodations
White Mountains Online
Superb fishing for trout that shouldn’t be there.
Stoneman Lake is one of several spring-fed mountain lakes on the Mogollon Plateau.
Verde River Watershed, Arizona info
Info on the fish of the White Mountains
Phoenix’s First Woman Flyfisher’s Club
The Arizona Flycasters Club is a local non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, preservation and improvement of fly-fishing.
Come fish the high mountain lakes and streams of Arizona’s White Mountains.
by John Rohmer
Marble Canyon Outfitters Arixona reports
Detailed Lees Ferry fishing reports
Reports for the San Juan, Rocky Point, Urban Lakes, Salt River, Oak Creek, the Rim Country, the White Mountains, & Lee
San Juan, Pecos River, Rio Grande reports
Arizona Current Streamflow Conditions
An Arizona Angling Club
31 West Baseline Road, Tempe, AZ 85283 – includes instructions for local fly patterns and local reports
P.O. Box 6032 Marble Canyon, AZ 86036
The Hookup Outfitters