Alamo Lake near Salome, Arizona
Alamo Lake has just about everything you could want in a lake nature, star gazing, a whole bunch of different amenities, and really great fishing. I'm not much help for anything besides fishing though because, to be honest, once the lake gets into sight I can think of nothing but fishing. Here are some fishing tips if you are interested: Trolling shallow flats and stick ups for crappies in winter is the best way to get a limit. If you like catching lots of ravenous catfish try using threadfin shad (live or dead). They are best fished on the bottom after dark. Most of the fishing in the summer for all species is done at night but you can find good topwaters action for bass during the day. Tight Lines!
Best Fishing Times for Alamo Lake near Salome, Arizona
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Best Fishing Times: 4:03AM to 6:03AM, and 4:33PM to 6:33PM
Alternate Fishing Times: 10:54AM to 12:54PM
Fishing Alamo Lake, AZ on 6/25/2019 will be best from 4:03AM through 6:03AM, and from 4:33PM to 6:33PM. If those times won’t work for you, 10:54AM to 12:54PM looks promising. Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes.
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