Cataract Lake Fishing Report near Williams, Arizona

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Fishing Tips for Cataract Lake

on March 9th

If you like fishing for largemouth bass I recommend you try fishing Cataract Lake at least once. On top of the good bass fishing you can also find decent catfish, trout, and fair crappies. The best way to catch bass is to flip or pitch weedless jigs or Texas hooked soft plastics in Tule grass. For trout try drifting with corn, Power bait, worms, or salmon eggs. Worms, grubs, and crappie minnow fished under a bobber work well for crappies and sunfish. The fishing here is good from shore or a boat. Good luck fishing!


Info for Cataract Lake

on March 1st

Cataract Lake is 35 acres big with an average depth of 12ft. There are picnic tables, restrooms, decent boat launch, and areas for camping as well as lots of other nearby things to cater to your needs; like bait shops. Good luck fishing!


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