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Barlett Lake Sponsored by
Date 10-Sep-22
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Conditions : BARTLETT LAKE: In the summer bass will seek deeper haunts close to shallow flats, pockets, or coves.. Bass can be caught on yamamoto football jigs, dropshots with roboworms, ned rigs with z man trds, and crankbaits shad imitation colors work best this time of year when the water warming up. Remember bass can be caught around boulders and in brush lines on sinkos and spinnerbaits. Crappie is just starting, try around the Yellow Cliffs with 1/16oz jigs and 2" kalins slow trolling can work well . Catfish are becoming active. In the days and weeks to come they will be lurking the shallows in search food. For Chanel Cats use live worms, stink baits and chicken livers. For Flatheads load up with big line 20Lb. plus, fish 5-15 feet deep with live worms, live bluegill of small carp. Rig up a Carolina rig with 1oz. egg sinker to help keep your bait on the bottom. Fish from dusk to dawn. Remember AZ. state record came out of Bartlett. Angler and guide "Flathead ED" landed the 76.52 lb. monster catfish 2013.

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About: - Bartlett Lake is the closest lake to the Phoenix area on the Verde River. The lake has a surface area of 2,815 acres fed by the pristine waters of the Verde River. Upper Bartlett Lake, Rattlesnake and South Cove recreation sites provide areas for camping with trailers, picnicking, fishing and boating and are open year-round. Trailers longer than 16 feet are not recommended. The Jojoba Boating Site provides a paved launching ramp, except during low water levels. A marina facility provides a variety of services.

Fishing at Bartlett can produce largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie.

12 miles long 2,600 acres depth 188 feet Elevation 1,798 feet 22 miles east of Carefree

  • Large and small mouth bass
  • black crappie
  • flathead and channel catfish.

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