Santa Cruz County (AZ) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Santa Cruz County Area

Rainbow Trout,  Largemouth Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Smallmouth Bass,  Brown Trout,  Crappie,  Bullhead,  Striped Bass,  Catfish,   and 4 more

Bodies of Water in Santa Cruz County Area

14 Lakes

123 Rivers and Streams

20 Reservoirs

61 other

Santa Cruz County Fishing Reports

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Santa Cruz County (AZ) Fishing Spots

Amole Dam 18.1 miles
Apache Pass Dam 23.4 miles
Bathtub Water 4.7 miles
Beehive Dam 21.7 miles
Buena Vista Lake 15.4 miles
Cave Creek 8.8 miles
CCC Dam 17.1 miles
Cedar Dam 21.6 miles
Cemetn Dam 12.3 miles
Cherry Creek 16.9 miles
Earthen Pond 14.2 miles
East Dam 17.7 miles
Florida Dam 11.2 miles
Green Dam 4.7 miles
Hanna Dam 16 miles
Harshaw Creek 5.3 miles
Javilina Dam 23.4 miles
Jim Dam 13.9 miles
Kino Springs Dam 15.7 miles
Lower Paloma Dam 12.1 miles
Mesa Tanks 6.7 miles
Patagonia Lake 8.2 miles
Peña Blanca Dam 20.9 miles
Piedragosa Tanks 17.7 miles
Potrero Creek 13.6 miles
Red Tanks 14.5 miles
Sardina Dam 21.4 miles
Sardina Dam 20.3 miles
Sonoita Creek 13.9 miles
Stacey Lake 15.6 miles
The Lake 22.7 miles
Tinaja Dam 16.2 miles
Tubac Creek 13.7 miles
Turkey Creek 18.3 miles
Twin Tanks 23.1 miles
White Rock Dam 22.7 miles
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Arizona Fishing Licenses

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About Santa Cruz County (AZ) Fishing

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