Greenlee County (AZ) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Greenlee County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Catfish,  Walleye,  Striped Bass,  Crappie,  Northern Pike,  Bream/Bluegill,  Brown Trout,  Bullhead,   and 5 more

Bodies of Water in Greenlee County Area

13 Lakes

115 Rivers and Streams

15 Reservoirs

11 other

Greenlee County Fishing Reports

  "There are grayling here but they are not artic grayling. I believe they..." Aker Lake

Greenlee County (AZ) Fishing Spots

Alder Creek 7.8 miles
Antelope Creek 14.1 miles
Ash Creek 14.2 miles
Bear Creek 4.1 miles
Benton Creek 12.8 miles
Blue River 5.7 miles
Brushy Creek 13.2 miles
Bull Creek 13.6 miles
Cave Creek 3.8 miles
Chase Creek 12.7 miles
Cienega Creek 13.9 miles
Cienega Creek 5.5 miles
Clear Creek 5.8 miles
Coal Creek 8.7 miles
Coalson Mesa 11.5 miles
Deerhead Creek 9.6 miles
Dix Creek 7.4 miles
Dutch Blue Creek 13.7 miles
Eagle Dam 13.6 miles
Indian Creek 10.3 miles
King Creek 10.2 miles
Knight Creek 13.9 miles
Pat Creek 5.3 miles
Pigeon Creek 5.4 miles
Pipestem Creek 4.2 miles
Rousensock Creek 11.3 miles
Sardine Creek 4.8 miles
Sardine Falls 3.4 miles
Silver Creek 5.6 miles
Sixshooter Creek 11.7 miles
Squaw Creek 11.6 miles
Stove Tanks 7.6 miles
Thomas Creek 11.5 miles
Tule Creek 13.2 miles
Turkey Creek 3.2 miles
Whitewater Creek 13.3 miles
Willow Creek 13.7 miles
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Arizona Fishing Licenses

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About Greenlee County (AZ) Fishing

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