Canyon Creek Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details near Cibecue, Arizona

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Fishing Hot Spots near Canyon Creek

  "See previous information regarding Pintail Lake. this lake, and the downstream areas, use treeated wastewater effluent and fishing is not allowed...." Telephone Lake

  "Unless conditions have changed since the mid 80's when this created wetlands was enlarged suring the treatment plant expansion and upgrade, the source of the water is..." Pintail Lake

  "Most of the trout are being caught in six to eight feet of water and within about 30 yards of shore. They are being caught about halfway up in the water column. The..." Wildhorse Lake

  "For bass drop shot works pretty well on the outside points, flats and backs of coves in 30 to 10 feet of water but altering the drop shot technique to a Texas nose hook..." Theodore Roosevelt Lake

  "Tonto Creek flows for 30 miles through fast runs, deep pools, over water falls, and through 1000ft deep canyons. All the while Tonto Creek provides good fishing for..." Tonto Creek

  "During the late spring and summer trout are stocked in this small, often rugged creek. Drifting worms and grasshoppers through/over pools works really well. The downside..." Haigler Creek

  "If you want 7 miles worth of quint fishing that attracts everything from pros to kids looking for their first trout. This is a Tom Sawyer and Huck Fin creek if I have..." Christopher Creek

  "If you are looking for lots of tasty panfish try fishing with jigs tipped with worms or worms fished on tiny hooks under a bobber. For largemouth bass consider fishing..." Seneca Lake

  "While it's true that the trout here are not the biggest (but there are a few holdovers) it is true that there are tons of fish here. In fact many a young angler has..." Woods Canyon Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots and Area Details for Canyon Creek near Cibecue

So you're interested in fishing Canyon Creek. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Canyon Creek. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Canyon Creek enter the 33.809772 latitude, and -110.65789 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters