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Show Low Lake Sponsored by
Date 21-Aug-15
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Conditions : SHOW LOW LAKE: Fishing is good to fair. Fish were stocked this week. Fish for trout in deeper water (surface temperatures are warm). Don’t fish for trout below the thermocline since there is little dissolved oxygen in very deep water. The thermocline is approximately 15-20 feet below the surface this year. An 18-inch rainbow trout was caught last week by the inlet; however, it was the only fish the angler caught all day. The store is open, and boat rentals and campground sites are available.

SHOW LOW CREEK – Fishing is poor. Little water was flowing in the creek from Show Low Lake. Flow has increased since water is now being released, however oxygen levels are very low and the creek was not stocked this week as scheduled and may not be stocked the rest of the year. Stay tuned.

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Show Low Lake, a productive fishery within the city limits of Show Low, is popular with trout anglers. For many, the drawing card for this lake is the large walleye lurking in its depths. Game and Fish surveys have shown walleye in Show Low Lake well in excess of the state record. Show Low also has sunfish, channel catfish and largemouth bass. On angler caught a 32-pound channel catfish here recently.

A good fishing strategy here is slowly trolling a shallow-running lure for trout and a deep-running lure for the walleye. Having walleye and trout on the camp grill is a gourmet delight.

A good trick for enticing difficult-to-catch walleye is putting a small piece of night crawler on the deep diving lure's treble hooks. As any Midwestern angler can tell you, walleye love worms. The more traditional walleye anglers use "worm rigs." Walleye are light sensitive, so fishing at first and last light are typically the most productive times.

  • Walleye
  • Rainbow
  • Brown Trout
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Sunfish
  • Catfish

Misc Info: - The lake is open to electric trolling motors and up to 10 hp gas motors. The store is open. This lake has easy boat and shore fishing access



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