Alamo Lake is a great year-round 3,500 acre fishing lake that is arguably one of the best largemouth bass and crappie fisheries in Arizona and home to numerous fishing competitions.
Alamo Lake offers great fishing for: Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Redear Sunfish, Tilapia, Channel Catfish and Flathead Catfish.
Alamo Lake: The largest largemouth bass in Arizona was caught there and weighed in at over 23 pounds.
Alamo Lakes subject to abrupt water level fluctuations so we suggest checking current lake levels before your visit. Alamo Lake lake is formed by the Alamo Dam and includes runoff from the Colorado River and Bill Williams
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Directions to Alamo Lake
To get to Alamo lake from Phoenix, AZ take US 60 to Wenden, AZ (85357) and look for the standard brown point-of-interest sign. Next, take the two lane paved road across the train tracks 33 miles north which leads directly to the Alamo Lake park entrance at milepost 33.
Beware - this road is open range. Cattle, deer and wild burros are often seen on this road.