Kinnikinick Lake Fishing Report near Munds Park, Arizona

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Fishing Tips for Kinnikinick Lake

on March 9th

Kinnikinick Lake has two things going for it. 1. The lake is relatively unpressured so it’s a good place to escape from summertime crowds. 2. There are really big fish here. Don't get me wrong there are not tons of fish here but the few here are big. You can fish from shore here but I recommend you use some sort of boat (float tube, pontoon, canoe, kayak). Inline spinners (Mepps, Panther Martins, and Rooster Tails), small crankbaits, and the usual flies work best. Live bait, corn, and salmon eggs also work. Try fishing any shallow structure in the spring and fall. In the summer fish deep water, springs, drop offs, and shallow structure (the last one only works early in the morning and late in the evening). Good luck fishing!

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