Tonto Creek Hatchery - Trout Fishing in Payson, Arizona
The Tonto creek fish hatchery is located on Tonto creek, just outside of Payson, Arizona. This place is popular having 50,000 visitors a year. Stocking over 20 locations along the Tonto creek area.This is part of the Arizona game and fish department. 7 days a week and it is FREE to the public.
If you are going fishing in the state of Arizona you do need a license:
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Cool Escapes: Tess goes to the Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery
Tess's Cool Escape is the Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery just past Payson.
Rainbow trout at Tonto Creek Arizona fish hatchery
Quick tour of the fish hatchery along the Tonto Creek near Christopher Creek, Arizona. By all appearances, the fish bred here for restocking around the state are rainbow trout.
Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery
Hurly's first GoPro video. Please keep in mind, he is only 8. We were fortunate to stumble across the Arizona Game and Fish truck at Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery, where they were loading up to stock the Rim creeks.
Waterfall out side Payson Az Tonto fish hatchery
Lot of extra water in stream do to snow melt
Tonto Creek Fish Hatchery
For those that have never been to this hatchery here is a behind the scene of what it is like. No charge to visit, no fishing but you can purchase food for 25 cents and feed the large size trout in the pond, fun for the kids. Pack a lunch and have a picnic along the beautiful peaceful creek area on the road leading to the hatchery. Take Hwy 260 - 21 miles east of Payson turn on Tonto Creek Road, 4 miles down road.
Insights with Terry Bradshaw takes a closer look at one of Arizona's hidden gems - Payson, AZ. Nestled in the largest stand of ponderosa pine forest in the world, Payson offers an abundance of outdoor attractions including the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, Zane Gray Museum, hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking trails and so much more. Check us out online at paysonrimcountry.com for more information and see why people call us Arizona's Cool Mountain Town!
Driving up Highway 88 Past Fish Creek in Arizona
Driving up Highway 88 Past Fish Creek in our UK plated Mercedes 1823 overland motorhome. This section is near Fish Creek, heading up towards the viewpoint. The road is narrow and steep and is tough going in an 18 tonne motorhome!
Tonto Creek Hatchery Feeding
Trip to Tonto Fish Hatchery
We took a trip to Tonto Fish Hatchery by Payson AZ. Very nice place to go fly fishing.
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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park - Payson , AZ Arizona
This is Tonto Natural Bridge in Payson, AZ. We spent the day there on July 24, 2010. It is believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. It is located between Pine & Payson in central Arizona. The bridge stands 183 feet high over a 400-foot long tunnel that measures 150 feet at its widest point.
LIFE VLOG: NEW FOUND HOBBY LAKE FISHING IN PAYSON, ARIZONA | ARREM
Hey loves, here's what i did for my labor day week end. I know it took me a week to post but I just got super busy last week my kids have early release classes. But anyways here's some footage of my new found hobby FISHING well lake fising in PAYSON AZ.. Please enjoy!
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Broverlander Expedition | Crossing the Tonto Creek near Tonto Basin Arizona
On day one of the Broverlander expedition we met the masive Tonto Creek flowing strong. We were not gonna let mother nature hold us back.
Hells Gate Wilderness, Arizona Hike down Tonto Creek
This video is of a hike through the Arizona wilderness area called Hellsgate. Hells Gate is part of the Tonto National Forest located in Gila County, Arizona, at the base of the Mogollon Rim. Haigler creek and Tonto creek come together at the north end of the Hells Gate wilderness area. This is one of the most difficult hikes in Arizona. It is very unique because it requires that you swim through many parts of a very narrow canyon through which a creek flows and fills the canyon to form a number of small long skinny ponds and lakes. The terrain is very rugged and there is no trail to hike around most of the water features because of the steep sides of the canyon, hence the need to swim through them to progress down the canyon. A flash flood down this canyon could kill you if you are not prepared. Coordinates 34°11′29″N 111°07′43″W
This is a very difficult and awesome hike in Arizona. You must be in good physical condition. I recommend that you bring some Aleve pain pills to help with the sore muscles. It will take 2 to 5 days to make this hike depending upon how fast you hike. Enjoy the movie.
Payson AZ Cabin in Kohls Ranch
Gorgeous 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Cabin in Kohls Ranch. Public Access to Tonto Creek aprox 1 block away. Views of hilltops and heavily treed lot.
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WATER WHEEL FALL PAYSON AZ JULY 20 2013
Trout Fishing Arizona's East Verde River
Fewer than two hours from Phoenix the East Verde River is heaven for trout anglers. Stocked weekly with trout by Arizona Game & Fish rainbow trout are plentiful in this cool mountain stream. Join us on this episode of Pautzke Outdoors to learn how and where to go to catch them.
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Upper Tonto Creek Campground, Tonto National Forest, Arizona Campsite Photos
5500 foot elevation. Nine campsites at the junction of 2 creeks. Horton Creek and Derrick Trailheads originate in the campground. During winter months, mild weather attracts residents and tourists to beautiful lakes along multi-hued desert canyons.
Seeking refuge from the summer heat, visitors flock to the forest's rivers and lakes as well as to calm trout streams and the cool shade of tall pines in the Mogollon Rim. White water rafting on the Verde River. Many opportunities for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking the rugged terrain. Birdwatching and wildlife watching for hawks, eagles, javalina, white tail deer and coyotes, particularly near the Mogollon Rim and the area's many lakes and rivers.
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