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 By AZBW    Wildlife    February 15, 2015

Forest Lakes Arizona

Information Courtesy Of Wikipedia Forest Lakes is a small unincorporated community in Coconino County in the northern part of the U.S. state of Arizona. It is located on the edge of the Mogollon Rim... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    January 15, 2015

AZGFD Fishing Report Excerpts

Tip Of The Week At Silver Creek, Cinda Howard of Fly Fish Arizona said fishing is good but has been getting tougher. Flies of choice have been bunny leeches in tan or black, Glo Bugs, San Juan worms... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    December 15, 2014

Help Protect Eagle-Breeding Areas

Each year as part of its nationally-recognized and highly successful program to manage and conserve bald eagles in the state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department asks outdoor recreationists and aircr... Full story


Southern Arizona Bass Lakes That Are Often-Overlooked

Even native Arizonans tend to overlook the southern bass lakes when they get the urge to bass fish. The biggest lakes are in the central part of the state and along the Colorado River, and those... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    October 15, 2014

AZGFD Report

Tip Of The Week Fishing for largemouth bass is excellent at Bartlett Lake. Crankbaits are hot, and here's a tried-and-true bass-snatcher: the Rapala Shad Rap. Get a 3-inch version. Then tie it to... Full story


Destination: Bartlett Lake

Editor's Note: We were so sorry to hear of the Sept. 11 fire above Bartlett Lake Marina but join the Church family in emphasizing that the lower facilities are all open and waiting for you. Also, on... Full story

 By AZGFD    WOOT    June 15, 2014

McCain Amendments To Sportsmen's Act

Amendments would enhance hunting and fishing opportunities in Arizona. The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has voted unanimously to support two amendments proposed by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    April 15, 2014

AZGFD Fishing Tip Of The Week

For something different, head to Lynx Lake, where some anglers reportedly are having some decent action catching brown trout. Here's the tip: Try fishing a No. 18 or 20 with wooly bugger about 4 feet...

 By AZGFD    Fishing    April 15, 2014

Spring Fishing Has Arrived In Northern Arizona

Now is the time to get the tackle box ready, grab the fishing rods, and explore northern Arizona for some spring fishing! A particularly warm and dry spring has arrived, and unfortunately it followed... Full story


Fun Times Await In The Center of Arizona

The geographic center of Arizona is about 55 miles ESE of Prescott, and the closest town hall to that location is that of Camp Verde. There is a bronze plaque to that effect in Rezzonico Park, placed... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    December 15, 2013

There's Year-Round Fishing In Arizona

Keep in mind that here in Arizona, there is plenty of year-round fishing. Bass and other sport fish may not be as active, but they are still catchable. In many cases; it's a matter of slowing down you... Full story

 By WOT    WOOT    November 15, 2013

Arizona Game And Fish Wins Special Award

The States Organization for Boating Access (SOBA) has presented the Arizona Game and Fish Department with their annual Outstanding Project Award for the Pena Blanca Lake Boating Access Renovation... Full story

 By AZGFD    WOOT    October 15, 2013

Outdoors Is Still Open For Outdoor Enthusiasts.

Many hunters, anglers and other outdoor recreationists have been wondering how the current federal government shutdown, which began Oct. 1, will impact their upcoming outings. Despite closures by fede... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    August 15, 2013

Additions Made To Aquatic Invasive Species Director's Orders List

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has added largemouth bass virus (LMB virus), whirling disease and all snakehead fish to the Director’s Orders aquatic invasive species (AIS) list. LMB Virus LMB v... Full story

 By ODFW    WOOT    July 15, 2013

Oregon Report August 7, 2013

Warmwater fishing While trout fishing has slowed in many locations due to high air and water temperatures, warmwater fish like bass, bluegill and yellow perch continue to offer opportunities for good... Full story


Clean, Dry, Drain!

You might have seen the “Don’t Move a Mussel” signs that have been at some statewide lakes. Now the Arizona Game & Fish Aquatic Invasive Species Program will be providing quagga mussel educational opportunities at Lake Pleasant, Bartlett Lake and L... Full story


Outdoor Recreationists Asked To Help Bald Eagles During Breeding Season

Each year as part of its highly successful program to manage and conserve bald eagles in the state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department asks outdoor recreationists to help protect important eagle... Full story


Understanding The Effects Of Gizzard Shad In Roosevelt Lake Arizona

Roosevelt Lake is the upper most and largest in a series of four reservoirs on the Salt River. The Bureau of Reclamation constructed Roosevelt Dam in 1911 forming Roosevelt Lake. At full capacity it is approximately 22 miles long with 91 miles of sho... Full story


From Rory Aikens

After more than 22 years and 1,200-plus weeks of producing the weekly fishing report, this is my last one. I am retiring. I am truly blessed for having had such a superb readership. And such an... Full story


The Truth About Arizona’s Big Bulls

The Truth About Arizona’s Big Bulls When I took the job as editor of this newsletter, little did I realize that I would have to put my life in jeopardy by going undercover to get the scoop on some r... Full story


Getting Ready To Fish Arizona

Just recently, we just stocked a bonus 3,000 rainbow trout into the Lower Salt River below Saguaro Lake near Phoenix at the Waters Users (where the tubers put in) and Blue Point Bridge. Despite our la...


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