Category: WMLF Quarterly Update

WMLF 2015 Summer Update

  White Mountains Fishing Outlook: Becker continues to be the best choice for consistent big rainbow action. Midges and leeches under a bobber are the way to go this early. Fish are strong and fight hard. After the bugs start hatching in earnest they will become more active and stripping techniques/top water will come into […]

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WMLF 2014 Summer Update

Becker Lake Update: The dog days are upon us, but we have had pretty decent fishing in the White Mountains this spring and summer. I recently fished Becker Lake in the morning and landed 15 on a hopper, with the biggest running 21”-22”.  That being said, the triploids are not growing quite as large as […]

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WMLF 2013 Winter Update

  Greetings everyone and welcome to 2013 — it’s going to be a good one! It’s hard to believe we are beginning our fourth full year. WMLF has now grown to around 120 members strong and we anticipate a banner year of growth ahead. WMLF Memberships WMLF has gone to a yearly membership format which […]

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WMLF 2012 Fall Update

  It’s hard to believe that it’s October already.  The summer of 2012 has come and gone.  The night time temps in the high country are getting down to the freezing point already.  The ferns are turning and soon the Aspens and the hardwoods will be lighting up the hillsides with their glorious colors.  It’s […]

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WMLF 2012 Spring Update

  It seems like it was just iceup a couple months ago and already there’s fishable waters up in the White Mountains. Arizona didn’t get much winter in the high country this year. There is good and bad with that. The lack of snowpack on our lakes means a much better chance of no/little winterkill […]

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WMLF 2011 Winter Update

  2011 is quickly coming to a close, marking the end of our second full season. White Mountain Lakes Foundation (WMLF) has made good progress this past year towards improving the quality of fishing in Arizona. Our membership grew significantly, and now numbers over 100, thanks to the support of several clubs getting involved. The […]

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