North Fork of the White River

Whiteriver, Arizona

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A nice-sized stream by Arizona standards, the North Fork of the White River begins on the west slope of Mt. Baldy and flows 25 miles to merge with the East Fork of the White, which forms the mainstem White River. From this point the White becomes too warm for good trout fishing. This area is pristine and covered with thick pine, spruce, and willow trees. The water is clear and cold most of the year. Some of the upper stretches of this creek run through spectacular, ancient lava flows. Types of Fish: Apache and brown trout. This eTrail covers the "where, when, and how" to fish in this region. You'll get a full-page map and information on the known hatches, suggested equipment to bring, and the best flies to use.
Fly Fishing Arizona

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Fly Fishing Arizona

by Glenn Tinnin (No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks)

A nice-sized stream by Arizona standards, the North Fork of the White River begins on the west slope of Mt. Baldy and flows 25 miles to merge with the East Fork of the White, which forms the mainstem White River. From this point the White becomes too warm for good trout fishing. This area is pristine and covered with thick pine, spruce, and willow trees. The water is clear and cold most of the year.

Some of the upper stretches of this creek run through spectacular, ancient lava flows. Types of Fish: Apache and brown trout. This eTrail covers the "where, when, and how" to fish in this region. You'll get a full-page map and information on the known hatches, suggested equipment to bring, and the best flies to use.

©  Glenn Tinnin/No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Fly-Fishing
Nearby City: Whiteriver
Trail Type: Several options
Season & Limits: Spring, summer, and fall
Driving Directions: Directions to North Fork of the White River

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May 2018