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Date 21-Nov-14
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Conditions : GREER LAKES: Fishing is fair for hold-over stocked rainbow trout and wild brown trout at River, Tunnel, and Bunch. All lakes are low and launching boats is still difficult, particularly at River and Bunch because of the curb at the end of those boat ramps. The curb at River Reservoir is just below the surface, so use caution when launching a boat there.

Wild brown trout at all 3 reservoirs are active because they are preparing to or have spawned, particularly at River Reservoir. Try Rapala or Rebel craw lures, Kastmasters, Panther Martin spinners, or large dark streamers for browns.

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About: - Bunch Reservoir is approximately 44 acres at an elevation of 8,200 ft. Located one mile (1) north of Greer. Rainbow and brown trout are the main catches, but whether you catch a bunch at Bunch depends on your skill! Early spring fishing is best, after ice and snow thaw. Camping is allowed here. Fish Species include Rainbow & Brown trout. Access road is Paved.

River Reservoir The largest of the three Greer Lakes at approximately 120 acres. River is located one (1) mile north of Greer, off FS 245. River Reservoir produced one of the largest brown trout in the state of Arizona. Rainbow trout is another abundant catch. Anglers will find the best fishing is in the shallow areas on the southern side. Facilities include a boat launch and restrooms. Fish Species include Rainbow & Brown trout. Access to the lake is Paved.

Tunnel Reservoir is approximately 44 acres at an elevation of 8,200 ft. Located one (1) mile north of Greer off FS 245. Known for its large brown trout, anglers will also find rainbow trout in these waters. Clear shoreline makes casting easy. Fly fishing is also recommended, especially in the late fall. Amenities include a Boat launch at the lake, paved access, parking area, restrooms, trailer spaces and camping is allowed.

  • Brook Trout
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout

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Restrictions:

Bunch Reservoir: Boating restrictions include Single Electric Motors only. Bunch offers you a parking area, restrooms, trailer spaces and camping is allowed. The lake does experience Winter freeze. Live Bait Fish are prohibited.

River Reservoir: Boating restrictions include Single Electric Motors only. Launching area Amenities offered are a Parking area, restrooms and trailer spaces. This lake does experience Winter freeze. Live Bait Fish are prohibited. There are campgrounds nearby.

Tunnel Reservoir: Boating restrictions include Single Electric Motors only. Live bait fish are prohibited.




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