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Is there fishing in Sedona?

Where can I fish in Oak Creek Sedona?

If you prefer to fish Oak Creek Canyon, drive north out of Sedona on SR 89A heading towards Flagstaff. Start at Grass- hopper Point and continue north to Cave Springs. Fishing is along this entire route.

What fish are in Sedona Arizona?

Stocked with Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rock Bass, and Brown Trout and others from the Page Springs Fish Hatchery helps ensure good fishing year long. Just make sure to get a Fishing License before you head out.

Is there fishing in Oak Creek?

Oak Creek is open to fishing year round. Most of the stream is under general regulations. That means there is no limit on bass, catfish and panfish.

Where is the best trout fishing in Arizona?

The very best trout fishing is in the spring and fall. The best stream fishing is found in Canyon Creek, Chevelon Creek and East Clear Creek.

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Can you fly fish in Sedona?

Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures is the ONLY locally owned, fully licensed, and only permitted Fly Fishing Guide Service, for Sedona's beautiful Oak Creak Canyon. ... Enjoy a Red Rock filled adventure as you team up for great fishing and stories to tell the grand kids!

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Where can I fly fish in Sedona?

Perhaps the most popular spot for fly fishing in Sedona can be found in Page Springs. This area of Oak Creek is easy to get to just off Highway 89 down Forest Road #119. Expect to find plenty of space to fish, though as mentioned it can get busy during the summer.

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Is Oak Creek Open?

Area Status: Open

Oak Creek flows year-round along the bottom of the Canyon, providing water for plants and wildlife, as well as fishing and swimming opportunities. Oak Creek continues on through Sedona, Arizona, meeting up with the Verde River southeast of Cottonwood, Arizona.

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Where does Oak Creek start?

Oak Creek is a valuable perennial stream that originates at the confluence of Sterling Springs Canyon and Pumphouse Wash. It generally flows south to its convergence with the Verde River, at about 3,200 feet in elevation. Sterling Spring discharges into a tributary of Oak Creek.

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What lakes are in Sedona?

Located in Coconino National Forest, Stoneman Lake is flanked by 80 acres of well-maintained land and is a small, popular swimming and fishing hole. Just 30 miles south of Flagstaff and a short drive from your Sedona hotel, it's a hidden gem—often overlooked in favor of nearby Mormon Lake.

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Where can I fish in Tonto Creek?

Tonto Creek Fish Species

The best place to fish this creek is hidden pools at higher elevations where the water is cooler and the trout are larger. The access to these areas requires hiking so someone physically fit is recommended to find the daring spots.

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What time of day is best for trout fishing?

The best time of day to catch trout is early morning from dawn until 2 hours after sunrise and the second-best time of day is late afternoon from 3 hours prior to sunset until dusk.

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