Evelyn Hallman Pond is an (urban lake) man-made pond, developed in 1973, that offers great fishing for: Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Bluegill, Sunfish, Channel Catfish and White Amur
Evelyn Hallman Lake Pond is 3 acres with a max depth of 7 feet and is home to one of the best urban fishing locations in the valley
Urban Fishing Program
A class U Urban Fishing License is required to fish in the pond. Licenses can be purchased from the Arizona Game and Fish Department online or at more than 300 license dealers statewide.
MAX. NUMBER OF FISH PER DAY
|Trout||2 (1 for unlicensed child)|
|Large Bass||1 (must be 13-inch min. length)|
|Sunfish / Bluegill||5|
|White Amur||1 (must be 30-inch min. length)|
Directions to Evelyn Hallman Pond
Evelyn Hallman Pond is located west of Scottsdale Road and south of McKellips Road in the northern part of Tempe, Arizona. Lying on the east side of the Cross Cut Canal it must be reached from the east.
Evelyn Hallman Pond Address
1900 N College Ave
Tempe, AZ 85281
Evelyn Hallman Pond Hours
- PARK HOURS 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.