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    You can find San Carlos Lake just 25 miles east of Globe Arizona. Created by the Coolidge Dam, fishermen can catch Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Crappie and Bluegill all year round. Facilities include picnic area and boat ramp.
    Show Low Lake is located in Show Low, Arizona and has the best Walleye fishing in Arizona. It has yielded the last five state records including the existing state record of 16 pounds, 2 ounces. The lake is located adjacent to Show Low Lake Road, about 1 mile from Highway 260.
    Considered one of the best Trout Lakes in Northeastern Arizona, Sunrise Lake is a Trout fisherman's dream. Sunrise Lake is located approximately 30 miles east of Pinetop Arizona. Amenities include campgrounds, stores, gas stations and boat rentals.
    Tonto Lake is roughly 30 plus miles southeast of Fort Apache Arizona. Fisherman and can find a good supply of Rainbow and Apache Trout. Facilities include picnic tables and tent camping.
    Watson Lake is conveniently located about 4 miles from downtown Prescott Arizona and features fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, camping and day picnicking.
    Willow Lake is located near Watson Lake and is an ideal place for canoeing, kayaking and bird watching, or just sit on the rocks of Granite Dells and enjoy views and refreshing air. Recreation includes boating, fishing, hiking and picnicking.
    Woodland Lake is a small lake but has been called the 'Crown Jewel" of Pinetop Lakeside AZ. It is convenient to both residents and vacationers to the Pinetop Lakeside area in the Arizona White Mountains Region.
    Woods Canyon Lake is located 27 miles Southwest of Heber on State Route 260. Primarily a Trout fishing lake, Woods Canyon Lake's season lasts between May and October of each year. Electric Boat Motors are required.

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