Ashurst Lake Report

Ashurst Lake - Flagstaff, AZ (Coconino County)

by Arizona Game & Fish Department

This is the time of year when the campgrounds close; check with the Coconino National Forest while planning your trip if you plan to camp at the lake. Fall is an excellent time to target trout on Ashurst Lake. For bait anglers, PowerBait and worms fished on the bottom are the best approach. A slow retrieve with small lures such as Joe’s flies, Kastmaster, Panther Martins, Roostertails, and Mepps are all excellent choices. Good fly patterns include: #10 bead headed black, brown, or olive Simi-seal leeches and wooly buggers, zebra midge, mayfly, dragonfly, damselfly, and hoppers. Only boats with a single 10-horsepower motor (or less) or a single electric 
motor are allowed on Ashurst Lake. The limit is 4 trout. The lake is about 80% full and water clarity is excellent. Rainbow trout were stocked last week.

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Arizona Game & Fish Department Reports
for Monday, October 30th, 2023
Kaibab Lake: Kaibab Lake Report
Cataract Lake: Cataract Lake Report
City Reservoir: City Reservoir Report
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Santa Fe Reservoir: Santa Fe Reservoir Report
Whitehorse Lake: Whitehorse Lake Report
J. D. Dam Lake: JD Dam Report
Russel Tank: Russell Tank Report
Upper & Lower Lake Mary: Upper and Lower Lake Mary Report
Francis Short Pond: Frances Short Pond Report
Kinnikinick Lake: The lake is full and turbid
Oak Creek: Oak Creek Report
West Clear Creek: Smallmouth bass are unlimited harvest in West Clear Creek
Wet Beaver Creek : Bass are unlimited harvest in Wet Beaver and Beaver Creeks
Colorado River - Lees Ferry: Lees Ferry Anglers Report
Lake Powell: Lake Powell Fishing Report
Knoll Lake: The Knoll Lake campground is closed for the winter
Woods Canyon Lake: Woods Canyon Lake Report