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Apache Lake Sponsored by
Date 15-May-15
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Conditions : APACHE: Lake elevation is 1,906 feet (92-percent full). Bass fishing is good and fish should be in all three phases of spawn – primarily spawn as long as the moon is full. You might also tie into some top-water action.

A few good sized smallies are being caught -- please practice catch-and-release on these fish, which are in the comeback mode.

Walleye fishing should be decent at first and last light using nightcrawler rigs, or jigs tipped with worm.

Apache is also full of some really nice yellow bass. Try gold KastMasters or yellow/gold Rooster Tails.

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Apache Lake is between Canyon Lake and Roosevelt lake and is formed by Horse Mesa Dam. At an elevation of 1914 feet,  Apache Lake is long and narrow and is the second largest Salt River Project lake (2600 Arcres). The Apache Lake Marina and Resort is one mile from the main highway and features a motel, gas station, coffee shop, picnic supplies and a trailer park for 12 units.

  • walleye
  • largemouth bass
  • smallmouth bass
  • redear sunfish
  • bluegill
  • catfish
  • crappie

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