North Fork Of The White River Fly Fishing

The 8th most popular fly fishing river in Arizona.

Southeast of Show Low near Whiteriver, the North Fork Of The White River is a 25 mile stream through nice pine and willow forest. This clear, cold rivers starts on the western side of Mt Baldy in the White Mountains and continues downstream for 25 miles to the confluence with the East Fork of the White River. When fly fishing the White River, you can expect to find both Apache trout and brown trout.

Note: the White River is located in the Apache Reservation, so make sure to pickup a fishing permit from the Apache Reservation office.

Overall, North Fork Of The White River is the 8th most popular fly fishing river of all 10 fly fishing spots in Arizona.

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Local Contact(s):  ASNF (928) 333-4301; Arizona Tourism (866) 275-5816.

Recommended Book:  "Arizona Trout Streams: Fly Fishing The High Desert" from Charles Meck

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/asnf/

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Date Updated:  7/2/2016

ID:  19951

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