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Fishing Report For Flagstaff

Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
Water clarity is good. Fishing has been slow, but anglers are catching trout with power bait (try cheese or garlic scent), worms, small lures, and flies (#10 black bead headed simi seal leeches and wooly buggers). Gold or chartreuse Crankbaits and liples
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Good
Sun, May 15, 2022
The lake has been stocked with Rainbow and Tiger Trout this month. Try chatterbaits or senkos on a wacky rig for largemouth; green pumpkin and black & blue are catching most consistently, but try a natural color senko if green pumpkin and black & blue hav
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Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
Recent reports show that people are catching brown and rainbow trout on flies like #12 bead head prince nymphs, #10 bead head black or olive simi seal leech. Powerbait natural scent in bright colors is also said to be working. Largemouth bass have been ca
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Good
Sun, May 15, 2022
The pond has recently been stocked with rainbow trout and channel catfish. Anglers have reported the fishing is good. Trout are biting on Power Bait pellets in Chartreuse garlic and Power Bait dough in various flavors. Also try worms, small lures, and fl
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Good
Sun, May 15, 2022
For trout, powerbait, worms, small lures, and flies have been working well. Lake was recently stocked with rainbow trout and catfish. Lake level is low, but you can still launch small boats. Only boats with a 10 horsepower motor or less are allowed on the
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Unknown
Sun, May 15, 2022
Lake level is low, but no issues launching a boat at the time of this report. Try jerkbaits and shallow crankbaits for trout. Only boats with a 10 horsepower motor or less are allowed on the lake.
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Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
Lower Lake Mary is dry. Upper Lake Mary try lipless crankbaits, night crawlers and powerbait for trout. Northern pike have been biting on lures, anchovies, spoons and Spring green/yellow powerbait. With current conditions, worm under bobber has been effic
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Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
Water levels continue to be very low. Check status of boat ramps before heading out. Stripers have been active at night and early morning. Try trolling in stained water over the length of the lake using medium to deep running lures that get down to 15 fee
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Good
Sun, May 15, 2022
Fishing a heavy nymph rig while drifting from the boat has been reported to be working. It has been recommended to use a natural or brown colored worm and size #12 or #14 ginger scuds. Also working well are bead head zebra midges.
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Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
Anglers may want to fish the early morning hours and weekdays to avoid crowds as the weather warms. Recently stocked. Brown trout, Rainbow trout, and some Gila trout have been caught from Sedona upstream. Try using hopper, caddis fly, mayfly, and midge pa
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Unknown
Sun, May 15, 2022
Recently stocked. Try indicator and double midges deep. Use midges, some bigger darker nymphs, and/or size 16 princes. Powerbait and night crawlers are working best for trout. For small and largemouth bass try night crawlers or crappie jigs.
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Fair
Sun, May 15, 2022
No gas powered motors allowed on the lake, only electric motors. As water temperature increases, fishing for crappie, bluegill, and largemouth bass should improve this month. Wacky rigs and top water baits are working well for largemouth, also try lipless
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Flagstaff

Opened in 2015, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Flagstaff, AZ is on Historic Route 66, between the Grand Canyon and Sedona. National gunsmithing services are now available! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include elk, bear, buffalo (bison), javelina, pronghorn antelope, mountain lion, coyote, varmint, Coues and mule deer. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the legal limit. Common catches are pike, trout, catfish, crappie, and bass (striped, smallmouth, largemouth). We also carry plenty of supplies for backpacking, camping, hiking, kayaking, disc golf, and wildlife watching. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. Whether it’s a cold, snowy winter or hot summer day, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the Outdoor Overland Expo, Blues & Brews, Flagstaff Pro Rodeo, Independence Parade, Celtic Festival, archery shoots, Pickin’ in the Pines Bluegrass Festival, NAU events, Oktoberfest, and Santa’s Workshop. Other attractions include Meteor Crater, Lava Tubes, Humphrey’s Peak, Walnut Canyon, Petrified Wood Forest, Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock National Park, Bearizona, Lake Mary, Mormon Lake, Fatman’s Loop, Lowell Observatory, and Mount Eldon.