Fishing Times for Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin near San Carlos, Arizona

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Fishing Times for Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin near San Carlos, AZ

Best Fishing Times: 12:34AM to 2:34AM, and 11:58AM to 1:58PM

Alternate Fishing Times: 5:22AM to 7:22AM, and 5:52PM to 7:52PM

Fishing Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin, AZ on 1/18/2020 will be best from 12:34AM through 2:34AM, and from 11:58AM to 1:58PM. If those times won’t work for you, 5:22AM to 7:22AM looks promising , as does 5:52PM to 7:52PM Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes.

Weather for Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin

Current Temp: 42.8
Max Temp: 51.01
Min Temp: 42.8
Outside: clear sky
Wind: Gentle Breeze
Wind Speed: 9.17
Wind Direction: East-northeast
Humidity: 81
Pressure: 1023
Sunrise: 8:30 AM
Sunset: 6:44 PM

Fishing Hot Spots near Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin

  "Great fishing at Apache Lake, aka Horse Mesa Dam which feeds off of the Salt River...." Apache Lake

  "Fished the no motor area just east of the marina. My 1st fish was a 3 1/2lb. bass then 3 large..." Canyon Lake

  "Most are having better luck using spoons along the ledges close to drop offs. Let the spoon drop..." Saguaro Lake

About Best Fishing Times for Knoll East Subdivision Water Retention Basin near San Carlos

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