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International Sportsmans Expo
Mar 24, 2017 - 9:10 AM - by Bucksnort
This weekend, the International Sportsmans Expo and Arizona Game & Fish are having annual expositions. Since moving here, last November, I've been busy doing around the house honey do items and haven't had the time to do any fly fishing. This is also because I'm waiting for my six month residency requirement to expire so I can fish as a resident.

I don't want this to sound like a desperate plea but if you are interested and you don't mind being seen with a retired... [Read More]
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Who Are You?
Feb 08, 2006 - 10:06 AM - by Seldomseen
This is optional of course. Some folk would rather keep to themselves. I'm cool with that.

However, I'll Start.

My name is Mike M. and I was born in Tucson in 1969. I am a 3rd generation Arizonan and father of a 4th. I have spent a couple years in Texas and Oregon.

My family was always into the outdoors and made frequent trips all over the state, particularly the White Mountains since we had family up there.

I started fishing when I was a... [Read More]
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Chub
Mar 12, 2017 - 5:34 PM - by Bucksnort
I read in the fishing regulations that round tail and head water chub can only be caught on single point barbless flies or hardware and must be released. Is this a species I would be interested in catching in Arizona? Are they easy to catch?
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bent a fly rod
Mar 20, 2017 - 5:53 AM - by Ed Mashburn
Good morning to all- I've been p'ing and moaning about having to learn different skills and techniques for fishing Arizona- I'm doing better today.
Yesterday, I took myself out to a canal near a park in southeast Phoenix.
The big old carp were there. I put on a floating fly and cast to the fish. Just like trout, they ignored me. But then, a very big old carp rose to my fly- just like a big brown trout would do. It opened up, sucked down my fly- just like a big old brown trout.... [Read More]
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Bear Canyon Lake
Mar 16, 2017 - 7:35 PM - by Bucksnort
Does anyone know if the lake is accessible by vehicle and if the lake is fishable from shore?
6 Replies | 483 Views
One of Dr. Behnke's accomplishments
Mar 13, 2017 - 10:48 AM - by joe
Dr. B discovered the original Pyramind Lake strain of Lahonton Cutthroat trout which is now called the Pilot Peak strain where he discovered it. His many native trout discoveries have caused his signed books to rise in value.


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