Lee Valley Reservoir Fishing Report near Eagar, Arizona

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Fishing Tips for Lee Valley Lake

on March 8th

Lots of float tubers and boaters use the lake but you can catch just as many fish from shore. Lee Valley Lake is the state record holder for artic grayling. Fishing from either side of the dam will work well for grayling. The most productive technique here is fly fishing. Try using wet flies like hare's ear nymphs, small peacock ladies, and prince nymphs. The best size for wet flies is #14-#16. If you want to try fishing with dry flies do it just before dark with small Adams, mosquitos/midge larvae, and light cahills in size #16-#20. If you want to try fishing with spinning lures consider small Panther Martins, small Z-Rays, or very very small Kastmasters. Good luck fishing!


Info for Lee Valley Lake

on February 27th

There are mountain grayling and apache trout found here. If you want to use a boat here it has to be powered by rowing or electric trolling motors (no gas motors). Lee Valley Lake is 35 acres with an average depth of 15ft. You can only use artificial lures here. You can only keep 2 trout that are at least 10 inches long. Good luck fishing!


Fishing Hot Spots near Lee Valley Reservoir

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