C.C. Cragin Reservoir Fishing Report near Pine, Arizona

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Fishing Tips for CC Cragin Reservoir

  3/12/2012 2:10 PM

CC Cragin Reservoir is a really good place to catch stocked trout as well as large holdover fish. Shore fishing here is really hard so you will have to use some sort of boat. I recommend you use kayaks, canoes, float tubes, or other small boats. Working the steep shorelines with spinners, spoons, crankbaits, worms, corn, salmon eggs, and Power Bait is a good way to catch fish. Crayfish colored lures (crayfish are one of the most important sources of forage) are the best. The usual flies will work. If you don't feel like casting for an entire day you could troll slowly around the whole shoreline with spinners, Rapalas, cowbells, Ford Fenders, and Super Dupers. Tight Lines!


Info for C.C. Cragin Reservoir

  3/1/2012 2:10 PM

The reservoir is 100 acres big with an average depth of 40ft. From April 1st through Aug 31 you can keep 6 trout. From Sept 1st through March 31 you can keep as many as you want. If you want there are restrooms and camping areas at the lake. If you want to use a motor it has to be less than 10hp. Good luck fishing!


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