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Black River Sponsored by
Date 14-Aug-14
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Conditions : BLACK RIVER: EAST FORK of the BLACK RIVER – Fishing is fair for stocked Apache trout and wild brown trout. The stream was not stocked last week or this week, and will not be stocked again this season until Labor Day weekend because of a shortage of trout in the hatchery. The water may be turbid after heavy monsoon rains.

WEST FORK of the BLACK RIVER – Fishing is poor. The West Fork has not been stocked due to low inventory of trout in the hatchery. The campground is still closed following the Wallow Fire.

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About: - Situated in east central Arizona in Greelee, Graham and Gila Counties, the Black River flows through Apache Sitgreaves National Forest and the San Carlos Apache Reservation near the towns of Eagar, Alpine and Fort Apache. The alpine settings surrounding the Black River consist of spruce and fir forests in the White Mountains.

Best known for trout fishing, the Black River maybe Arizona's best smallmouth bass fishery.

The upper stretches of the rivers are inhabited with Apache trout, rainbows and browns in the middle sections, brown trout in the lower mountain stretches, and a mix of bass and trout in the lowest stretches.

Regulations: The Black River has sections that are subject to catch-and-release regulations. A tribal permit is required.

Directions: From Show Low go southeast on Highway 60 to Springerville. If you want to access the West Fork, take a look at the NF map.  Access is by way of dirt roads and FWD vehicle is advisable.  If you want to access the East Fork, continue south from Springerville on 180/191. You can then access the river easiest from Hannagan Meadow or from Alpine on several forest roads. You can also reach the East Fork as it crosses Forest Road 249, and as it parallels Forest Road 276 further south.

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Apache Trout

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