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Scheduling Fishing Trips (weather)
Jul 26, 2018 - 12:39 PM - by Bucksnort
From my short time in Arizona, it seems the high country, from Flagstaff to the White Mountains, receives more rain and severe thunder storms during the monsoon than the valley. Is this accurate or is it the luck of the draw, each year.

By watching TV weather, these areas are pounded on a regular basis. That was my experience last June in the White Mountains.

I don't want to plan a camping/fishing trip where I'm driving three or four hours only to be... [Read More]
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G&F reports/info
Jul 23, 2018 - 11:22 AM - by creekhiker
I'm trying to find G&F reports of creeks that were supposed to be electroshocked this spring to see if any fish remained after last years events.

I've searched the main page and on the fish blog page but can't find any information. I don't mind taking the hike in but don't want to be fishing for the last handful of fish left in the stream.

Is there a place that G&F has the information readily available?
3 Replies | 279 Views
Reservation is open
Jul 17, 2018 - 10:39 AM - by whitemountainapache
east side of rez is open for fishing and camping
2 Replies | 335 Views
Small salmon restoration project
Jul 20, 2018 - 8:07 AM - by joe
https://vimeo.com/41868596
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Straight Line vs Dropper (Old habits die hard)
Jul 05, 2018 - 9:04 PM - by Bucksnort
When I began fly fishing, around 1977, small adjustable cork strike indicators were becoming popular for moving water. Some die hard purists didn’t like nymph fishing with indicators and wouldn’t be caught fishing with another angler using them. I had no problem with them because they worked for me in pocket water and I knew of no other way, so for me, it was the way it was done. Over the years, they became standard equipment for anglers.

Now, the current rage is to use... [Read More]
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