Becker Lake Fishing Report near Springerville, Arizona
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Fishing Tips for Becker Lake
3/5/2012 1:40 PM
You can find rainbow trout spawning in spring on the gravel beds near the boat launch. After the trout are done spawning they can be found on weedlines. The fishing is not as fast in the summer but rainstorms bring out the fish. Winter is the second best time to fish. The lake usually remains ice free but there is sometimes ice near the shore on cooler mornings. Super Dupers, spinners, rainbow colored Z-Rays, and Kastmasters are the best lures for spin fishermen. Peacock ladies, brown nymphs, semi seal leeches, prince nymphs, Zug Bugs, pheasant tails, small scuds, zebra midges, wooly worms, and wooly buggers work the best for fly fishermen. Good luck fishing!
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