East Fork Black River Fishing Report near Eagar, Arizona

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Fishing Tips for the East Fork of the Black River

on March 21st

The East Fork of the Black River provides good wild browns and stocked Apache trout for both serious anglers as well as kids looking for their first fish. Prepared baits like Power bait don't work very well though. Kids can catch lots of fish on grasshoppers or cicadas. If you are a spin angler consider fishing with small Panther Martins, Super Dupers, Rooster Tails, and gold Kastmasters. For Apache trout consider using small #14-#18 flies. The best patterns are olive green, brown, and black peacock ladies, pheasant-tail nymphs, hare's ear nymphs, Zug Bugs, scuds, stonefly mayfly, and caddisfly nymph. #6-#8 wet flies such as wooly buggers, wooly worms, streamers, and muddler minnows also work well. You can't fish here during winter though because of snow. Tight Lines!


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