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Arizona Getaways
1-Alamo Lake
Considered one of Arizona's best Bass fishing lakes, Alamo Lake is a quick 75 miles northwest of Phoenix. Visitors can enjoy fishing, swimming, boating and water skiing. US 93 apprx 33 mi. N of Phx; W on gravel road at Alamo Dam rest area.

2-Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake offers beautiful mountainous scenery and various fish such as the walleye, largemouth bass, yellow bass, rainbow trout, bluegill, channel catfish and crappie. It has a designated swimming site and a pair of boating ramps. The three recreation sites at the lake -- Acacia Picnic Site, the Palo Verde Recreation Site and the Boulder Creek Recreation Site -- are open year round and available at no charge.
apprx 18 mi. E of Phx, US 60; N SR88

3-Dry Lake: apprx 23 mi. S Holbrook on SR377

4-Ferguson Lake

5-Greasewood Lake: apprx 77 mi N Flagstaff; N US89 to E US160

6-Hawley Lake: Hawley Lake requires fisherman to attain a permit. Popular for its Ice-fishing, Hawley Lake amenities include a grocery story, boat rentals, cabins, plenty of campsites and the Hawley Lake Resort.
apprx15 mi N of Yuma; N SR 95 to N County 5

7-Lake Havasu
Arguably the most popular water-lovers location in Arizona, Lake Havasu offers every possible amenity to both fishermen and visiting tourists. Home of the London Bridge, Lake Havasu is located on Arizona's western border off Arizona 95.
I-10 West to N SR95 at Quartzite

8-Lake Mary Upper/ Lower
Lake Mary is one of the closest major lakes to the Flagstaff Arizona area. apprx 35 SE of Flagstaff. I-17 to E at exit 322. Lake Mary is on SR3

9-Lake Mead
Visitors can camp, water ski, boat, rent houseboats, and hike. Fishing includes Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Channel, Catfish, Crappie and Bluegill. Nevada/Arizona border; E I-40 to N US93

10-Lake Mohave
While offering boating, water skiing, visiting fisherman can find well stocked Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Channel, Catfish, and Crappie. apprx 53 mi NW Kingman; W I-40 to N US93 to W on first gravel road

11 Lake Powell
Lake Powell Arizona offers unparalleled opportunities for water-based and back country recreation. The recreation area stretches hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a panorama of human history. The scenery is almost undescribable with towering rock formations rising majestically straight up out of the water. It is the second largest man-made lake in the United States and is 187 miles long with 96 major side canyons and a coast line of approximately 1,960 miles-more than the west coast of the U.S. from Seattle to San Diego. The Lake holds approximately 8.5 trillion gallons of water and the summertime water temperatures approach 80 degrees  N I-17 to Flagstaff. N US89 to Bitter Springs. Stay on US89 bearing NE to junction with SR89L to Page

12-Lake Pleasant
As the closest major lake to the North Phoenix area, Lake Pleasant is known for its quick weekend getaways. Primarily a water sports lake, visitors enjoy water skiing, boating, jet skiing, camping, fishing, shoreline hiking and just plain water recreation fun. aprx 20 NE Phx. N I-10 to W exit 223 on SR74.

13-Lyman Lake
Lyman Lake fisherman can catch Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Walleye, and Bluegill among others. There are no boating restrictions, so you can expect to see skiing, swimming and all manner of water sports at Lyman Lake. There is even electrical hook-up in some locations around the lake. apprx 60 mi NE Show Low. E US60 to N US191 to E County 81

14-Many Farms Lake: apprx 140 mi N Holbrook. I-40 to exit 333 N on US191

15-Martinez Lake: apprx15 mi N of Yuma; N SR 95 to N County 5

16-Mormon Lake: apprx 35 SE of Flagstaff. I-17 to E at exit 322. Mormon Lake is on SR3

Patagonia Lake
Patagonia Lake is located in Southern Arizona just 12 miles north of Nogales Mexico. Although known for Rainbow, Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Sunfish, Channel and Flathead Catfish, the lake can be nearly empty during low water/drought periods. apprx 19 mi NE Nogales. I-19 in Nogales to NE on SR82.

18-Picacho Reservoir: apprx 67 mi S Phx. I-10 to exit 211 N on SR89

19-Red Lake: apprx 50 mi N Kingman. I-40 to N on exit 51. This is a dry lake most of the year.

20-Roosevelt Lake
As the largest of the six Salt River Project lakes, Roosevelt Lake is a good source for Large and Smallmouth Bass, Bluegill, Channel, Catfish and Crappie. Roosevelt Lake is located 80 miles east of Phoenix and heavily visited during hot summer holidays. Facilities include fish cleaning station, picnic areas, restrooms, boating ramp, camping, and stocked fish. apprx 23 mi. E of Phx, US 60; N SR88

21-Saguaro Lake
Stocked by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, you can expect to find a good supply of Walleye, Largemouth and Yellow Bass, Rainbow and Brown Trout, Catfish and Crappie. Saguaro is approximately 60 miles east of Phoenix. apprx 18 mi. E of Phx, US 60; N SR88

22-San Carlos Lake
Created by the Coolidge Dam, fishermen can catch Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Crappie and Bluegill all year round. Facilities include picnic area and boat ramp. aprx 25 mi W Globe.
US70 to S on Indian Rt3

23-Sunrise Lake
Considered one of the best Trout Lakes in Northeastern Arizona, Sunrise Lake is a Trout fisherman's dream. Sunrise Lake is located approximately 30 miles east of Pinetop Arizona. Amenities include campgrounds, stores, gas stations and boat rentals. aprx 37 mi S Show Low. SR 260 to S on SR273

24-Tsaile Lake: apprx 145 mi NE Holbrook. I-40 to N on 191 at exit 333. E on Indian  Rt64 to S on Indian Rt12.

25-Woods Canyon Lake
Primarily a Trout fishing lake, Woods Canyon Lake's season lasts between May and October of each year. Electric Boat Motors are required. apprx 96 mi NE Phx. SR 87 N to E on SR260.

26 White Mountain Lake: aprx 5 mi W of Show Low. W on SR260

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