Arizona Fishery Resource Office - Pinetop
P.O. Box 39
2120 E. Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop, AZ 85935
Primary Wildlife: Threatened apache trout, loach minnow, Little Colorado spinedace.
Habitat: Management areas include streams and impoundments contained within the 1.4-million acres of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. Elevations range from 3,475 meters on Mount Baldy to 1,000 meters in the Salt River Canyon.
Recreation and Education: Recreational cold and warm water fisheries. Wildlife observation, study, and photography.
Special Note: The Fort Apache Indian Reservation has the largest remaining populations of the threatened Apache trout.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication