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Hope you like clear shallow water with sandbars and full size submerged desert trees for hazards. You can sink your boat in a heart beat. You can also have the best fishing of your life. Secret pathways carved by locals with chainsaws connect you to various hidden lakes where you will find yourself secluded and fishing in a dream land. Careful on your hidden pathway adventures, snakes, spiders, ticks and everything that Flys, bites and clicks is in there. Your boat will look like an off road vehicle covered in mud and sludge after this adventure
Here at the PAAC (Pacific Avenue Athletic Complex) you can have yourself a nice, quiet and relaxing evening. The pond is fairly new and clean. Fish stocked here are bluegills, catfish and trout depending on time of year. They close at 11pm each night. There are also softball games throughout the year so sometimes in the evenings the parking lot starts to fill up. They have utilities close by and picnic tables and benches available. Fishing can be fun the whole family can enjoy.
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Fishing regulations in Arizona can change throughout the year. Make sure to check this page before fishing for the most up to date rules and regulations for the current season. Local regulations govern when you can fish, the max size of the fish you can keep, how many fish you can keep, and more.