Black Canyon Lake Fishing Report near Cibecue, Arizona
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Black Canyon Lake Fishing Tips
3/12/2012 2:00 PM
You can find plenty of shore fishing here but the best results tend to come from people fly fishing in boats. Prince nymphs, peacock ladies, hare's ear nymphs, and black, brown, or green Woolly Buggers work the best. Dry flies work best in the morning and evening. If you want to catch big fish try trolling the deep water fish spinners Super Dupers, and Rapalas. Drifting worms near the bottom is another good way to catch trout. If you have kids who just want to catch a lot of fish try fishing worms under bobbers for green sunfish. Tight Lines!
Info for Black Canyon Lake
3/1/2012 2:10 PM
Black Canyon Lake is 78 acres with an average depth of 30ft. You can keep unlimited bass and catfish. There are campgrounds and restrooms for your convenience. You can only use motors that are less than 10hp. Good luck fishing!
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