Fishing in Cottonwood, Arizona
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Cottonwood, Arizona
Includes Camp Verde and Clarkdale
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Fishing In National Forests

Prescott National Forest
The 1.25 million acres of the Prescott National Forest are located in the mountains of central Arizona. Forest ctivities include camping, picnicking, fishing, hunting, scenic drives, nature photography, mountain climbing, hiking, and horseback riding. The forest contains 10 campgrounds, 4 group reservation campgrounds, 7 picnic areas, and 2 group reservation picnic areas. Nearly 450 miles of scenic trails for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, or mountain biking are offered on the Prescott National Forest.
FishingPicnic tableHorses are allowedHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedCross country skiers are allowedFire ringsHandicapped AccessFees are charged
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Fishing In State Parks

Dead Horse Ranch State Park
Dead Horse Ranch State Park is used for bird watching, walking, hiking, picnicking, camping, canoeing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and stream fishing.
FishingBirdwatchingHiking is allowedTent campingHorses are allowedMountain bikes are allowedRV campingFees are chargedToiletsPets must be kept on leashPicnic tableShowers
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Rivers & Streams

East Verde River
This river is a popular fishing spot. Fish in the area include rainbow trout.
FishingTent campingAmphitheater

Verde River
This river is one of Arizona's major perennial rivers and a treasured resource in the central part of the state. Free flowing for most of its length, it provides lush riparian habitat, abundant wildlife, diverse recreational opportunities, and spectacular scenery. The majority of the upper and lower Verde River passes through National Forestlands that is open to public recreation of all kinds. Fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking, camping, bird watching, and sightseeing are all popular activities. The lower river is designated a Wild and Scenic River and offers the opportunity to fish by boat from Beasley Flats to Childs.
FishingBirdwatchingRV campingTent campingHorses are allowedHiking is allowedPicnic table

West Clear Creek
The deep, rocky canyon cut by the creek, as it slices its way free of the Mogollon rim, is home to one of the most unique Wilderness Areas in the Southwest. Lower reaches of the canyon are more accessible and provide excellent places for secluded recreation such as swimming, hiking, trout fishing, and wildlife watching.
FishingRV campingTent campingHorses are allowedHiking is allowedMountain bikes are allowedBirdwatchingToiletsPotable drinking water

Wet Beaver Creek
This creek remains pleasantly secluded in the deep red rock canyon it has cut into the southern rim of the Colorado Plateau. In addition to the opportunities for solitude such an area offers, the stream's pools and riffles are a popular place to fish, hike, swim, and bird watch.
FishingTent camping
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