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AZ
United States
33° 34' 41.8836" N, 111° 15' 38.178" W

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April 8, 2015

Lake elevation is 1,907 feet (92-percent full). This is a good time of year for spawning largemouth bass. Please practice catch-and-release on spawners.

Gary Becko came to our Mesa Regional office with a state record smallmouth buffalo caught on Friday, Feb. 20. The fish weighed 42.86 pounds and measured 38 inches long.

Becko was using a minnow with 8-pound test line. Also, Bruce W. caught this Big Fish of the Year yellow bass on Feb. 3 that weighed one pound, 10.24 ounces.

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January 27, 2015

APACHE LAKE - Lake elevation is 1,906 feet (92-percent full). The lake has been stocked with rainbow trout and will be stocked again the first week of February. Like many lakes, bass fishing is hit-and-miss. Crappie fishing reportedly is good.

Fishing could be good for yellow bass down by the dam. Yellow bass should hit jigs and spoons. Fish for them around balls of shad in 20-60 feet of water. Cut bait also works well for them. Anglers have a shot as some walleye at Apache, too (fish deep).

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