Apache Lake Fishing Guide

Apache Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Arizona and fishing can be pretty awesome here as it offers multiple fishing habitats. Apache Lake covers 17 miles where you can fish in the reeds of a secluded cove, explore the many caves and cliffs throughout the lake.

Apache Lake offers great fishing for: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Bass, Black Crappie, Walleye, Rainbow Trout, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish.

Apache Lake is a little further out and you have to drive on dirt roads to get there, but it's well worth, plus there's less people at the lake as well.

Apache Lake, known for it's Bass fishing, there's plenty of 2- to 4-pound largemouth bass as well as smallmouth bass.

Apache Lake Amenities

Apache Lake Marina


Boat Rental

Boat Launch Ramp

Convenience Store

Bait, Tackel & Gear

Apache Lake Fishing Videos

Directions to Apache Lake

Getting to Apache Lake is a little tougher than other nearby lakes and making it less populated. Apache Lake is about an hour plus drive from Apache Junction along State Highway 88. You can also access Apache Lake  by heading south on State Highway 88 from Roosevelt Dam off State Highway 188. Please be aware the which ever route you go, you will be traveling on windy dirt roads, that are maintain, but alittle tougher after a storm, but well worth the drive.