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Apache Lake Sponsored by
Date 21-Nov-15
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Conditions : APACHE: Lake elevation is 1,904 feet (90-percent full). Senft reported that some smallmouth bass had been hitting surface plugs early in the morning. Smallmouth and largemouth bass have been hitting dropshot-rigged Roboworms in around 12 feet of water.

Various jigs also can be effective – try crawdad imitations. Points, islands and rocky structures tend to hold the majority of largemouth bass – keep moving.

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

Catfishing should be good. Carp fishing can be great. You might even catch one of the monster buffalo fish.

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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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