Location

AZ
United States
34° 2' 51.9684" N, 109° 40' 47.0676" W

Fishing Reports

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 51-60 F

WEEKLY FISHING REPORT

Fishing Report Date: January 9, 2015

WATER

REPORT

RECOMMENDATIONS / FISHING TIPS

A-1 Lake

Click to enlarge

Fair

Ice is 5-6 inches thick, safe but use caution. Try nightcrawlers and powerbait.

Black River

Click to enlarge

Fair

A Special-Use permit Is Required. Try night crawlers. Try z-rays and jigs below rapids or in pools.

Bog Tank

No Access

Bootleg Lake

Fair

For largemouth bass try try crankbaits and jigs. Try stink-bait for channel catfish.

Christmas Tree Lake

Reservations for Christmas Tree lake are being taken online at wmatoutdoors.org

Cooley Lake

Click to enlarge

Temporarily closed

Cyclone Lake

Under our Rent-A-Lake program. Special fees, permits, and reservations required. Call the White Mountain Apache Game  Fish Dept. At (928) 338-4385 for reservation information or email us at outdoors@wmat.us.

Drift Fence Lake

Click to enlarge

No Access

Earl Park Lake

Click to enlarge

Earl Park Lake is closed to fishing for the 2014 season.

Hawley Lake

Click to enlarge

Hawley Lake is closed to fishing and camping for the 2014 season.

Horseshoe Lake

Click to enlarge

Fair

Ice is 5-6 inches thick, safe but use caution. Try jigs, salmon eggs and nightcrawlers.

Hurricane Lake

Click to enlarge

Under our Rent-A-Lake program. Special fees, permits, and reservations required. Call the White Mountain Apache Game  Fish Dept. At (928) 338-4385 or email us at outdoors@wmat.us for more information. Lures and flies only.

North Fork Ditch Camp

Click to enlarge

No access.

North Fork Lower Log

Click to enlarge

Fair

Flows have lowered and water is clear. Try nightcrawlers or powerbait and spinners in larger pools and riffles for trout later in day after water temperatures warm up.

North Fork Upper Log

Click to enlarge

Fair

Flows have lowered and water is clear. Try nightcrawlers or powerbait and spinners in larger pools and riffles for trout later in day after water temperatures warm up.

Paradise Park

Click to enlarge

No Access

Pacheta Lake

Click to enlarge

No access

Reservation Lake

No access

Salt River

Fair

A Special-Use Permit Is Required. Try nightcrawlers and spinners in riffles and pools. Try stinkbaits for catfish.

Shush Be Tou Lake (Big Bear)

Click to enlarge

Fair

Ice is 4-5 inches thick, safe but use caution. Try jigs, nightcrawlers, and powerbait.

Shush Be Zahze Lake (Little Bear)

Click to enlarge

Thin ice conditions - unsafe

Sunrise Lake

Click to enlarge

Fair

Ice is 5-6 inches thick, safe but use caution. Try nightcrawlers, powerbait, or salmon eggs.

Streams

Click to enlarge

Fair

Flows have lowered and water is clear. Try nightcrawlers or powerbait and spinners in larger pools and riffles for trout later in day after water temperatures warm up.

Tonto Lake (Tribal Members Only)

Click to enlarge

No access

<div class='wfr_1'

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F Water Temp: 61-70 F Clarity: Stained

Try night crawlers or Chartreuse Gulp off the bottom. Trout were taking lures like Panther Martin spinners retrieved from shore. The Annual Kids Fishing Derby is Saturday, June 6, 2015-circle the date.

2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F Water Temp: 61-70 F Clarity: Stained

Try nightcrawlers or charteuse gulp off the bottom. Trout also were taking lures like mepps spinners retrieved from shore.

see all fishing reports for Bog Tank, AZ >

see all photos for Bog Tank, AZ>