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

Fish Species Found in Pima County Area

Catfish,  Largemouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Smallmouth Bass,  Crappie,  Bream/Bluegill,  Brown Trout,  Bullhead,  Carp,  

Bodies of Water in Pima County Area

5 Lakes

163 Rivers and Streams

32 Reservoirs

32 other

Pima County Fishing Reports

  "Even though you can't fish here year round because of snow really good..." Rose Canyon Lake

  "Aravaca Lake is known for its good fishing just as much as it’s heavy weed..." Arivaca Lake

Pima County (AZ) Fishing Spots

Aguirre Lake 33.7 miles
Arivaca Creek 32.5 miles
Arivaca Dam 43.5 miles
Arivaca Lake 43.5 miles
Ash Creek 25.7 miles
Broke Tanks 28.7 miles
Cedar Creek 38.7 miles
Cedar Dam 44.2 miles
Concrete Dam 22 miles
Donaldson Dam 23.2 miles
Dry Dam 41.2 miles
Duval Lake 35.4 miles
Fresnal Dam 43.9 miles
Green Tanks 26.5 miles
Greene Canal 38.2 miles
Kennedy Park Dam 39.5 miles
La Minta Dam 40.7 miles
Mesquite Tanks 33.9 miles
Mormon Lake 36.2 miles
North End Dam 38.3 miles
Rillito River 39.9 miles
Rock Dam 19.5 miles
Rosas Park 41.7 miles
San Luis Dam 34 miles
Santa Cruz River 44.7 miles
Sardina Dam 41.7 miles
Tonuk Vo 32.5 miles
Twin Ponds 30.2 miles
Twin Tanks 24.9 miles
Twin Tanks 24.5 miles
Twin Tanks 33.9 miles
Wilmonts Pond 41.5 miles
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Arizona Fishing Licenses

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About Pima County (AZ) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Bigmouth Buffalo, Catfish or Crappie, or one of the other fish found near Pima County, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So find your new favorite fishing spot near Pima County, and grab your favorite fishing gear. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, record catches for a location, photos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pick a nearby city and get started.