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Lee Valley Lake Sponsored by
Date 20-Feb-20
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Conditions : LEE VALLEY RESERVOIR: No Reports

Reported by: Arizona F&G

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About: - Lee Valley is located on the base of Mount Baldy and is considered one the better fly fishing lakes in Arizona. The 35-acre lake is restricted to lures and flies, and has a possession limit. Anglers fish here for rainbows and Apache trout, brook trout, and for a change of pace, grayling. Spring and Fall are the best times to fish Lee Valley.

Access is along State Route 273. Sunrise and Crescent Lakes on both sides. There are restrooms, a parking lot and launch ramp.

  • Apache Trout
  • Grayling

Misc Info: - Lee Valley Lake is open to artificial lure and fly only, a two- trout bag and possession limit, and a 12 inch minimum length limit on all fish. No bait fishing is allowed. The lake is open to electric trolling motors only.

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