PROJECTS

 

Crescent Lake, Arizona

Fool Hollow Lake

In 2010, White Mountain Lake Foundation assisted the White Mountain Arizona Game & Fish Department with their project at Fool Hollow Lake by coordinating donations from several groups for artificial habitat under the docks.

Becker Lake

In 2011, Becker became a designated “Catch and Release” fishery.  White Mountain Lake Foundation collected funds for lake hosts facilities and other site improvements at the lake.

WMLF approved a budget for the following:

  • * Concrete pads for lake host to park trailer
  • * Electric service installed for lake host
  • * Internet connection for lake host
  • * Sanitation facility improvments
  • * Additional landscaping
  • * Permanent bench for anglers
  • * Electric gate for parking lot entrance

 

Crescent Lake

For 2012, White Mountain Lakes Foundation has chosen to concentrate its efforts on Crescent Lake.  We are aggressively researching aeration systems, ways to impede weed growth and possible sources for renewable water.   Our ultimate goal is to improve the water quality throughout the calendar year.  This should greatly increase the chances for trout survival, in both the extreme winter and summer months.  Wouldn’t it be great to catch mature, 4-5 year old, rainbow or brook trout in Crescent in the future?

These are lofty ambitions for Crescent Lake and they come at a cost.  Therefore, we need your help to make these goals a reality.  Please, become a WMLF member today, so we can continue our progress.  Together we will make Arizona’s cold water fisheries healthy and sustainable, so everyone has the chance to land that “fish of a lifetime” right here in Arizona!

Our Partners

John Rohmer Materials Gentry Smith Design When you display the Arizona Sportsmens Wildlife Conservation License Plate, Your are helping Arizona’s Wildlife by supporting the Wildlife Habitat Grant Funds for habitat restoration and Youth Education Programs. Click HERE for more information.

WMLF is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.