Lakes We Fish
Roosevelt Lake is known as one of the best bass fishing lakes in Arizona and has few rivals for producing great trophy fish. Bass in the 3 to 5 pound range are common, and there's a genuine chance at a 10 pounder. Previous records at Roosevelt Lake for both Largemouth bass (14 lbs. 8 oz.) and for smallmouth bass (7 lbs. 0.96 oz.). For more information about Roosevelt Lake click HERE.
Surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Superstition Wilderness in the Tonto National Forest, Apache
Lake is the perfect destination for anyone who enjoys breathtaking mountain views, watching local
wildlife, hiking, camping, and of course fishing! Apache Lake has always been considered a hidden gem
for fishing, camping and water recreation. For more information about Apache Lake click HERE.
If your looking to hook into a monster bass you've come to the right place! Canyon Lake is
well known for producing huge bass, in fact the Arizona State record for Largemouth Bass
was caught here weighing in at an astounding 16 lbs. 7.68 oz. in 1997. For more
Saguaro lake is also known for giant Largemouth bass. The best time to fish for
a possible trophy bass is October to December and February to April. It is
not uncommon to catch 6- 8 lb. bass with a real good shot at one over 10 lbs.
For more information about Saguaro Lake click HERE
At about 1600 feet above sea level, Bartlett Lake holds a variety if fish species including
Largemouth bass, crappie, sunfish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and carp. Bartlett is one of our
favorite lakes to fish year-round. It is also known for being one of the state's most reliable bass
fishing lakes. For more information about Bartlett Lake click HERE.