Tucson Fishing At Silverbell Lake
Tips On Fishing Silverbell Lake With Map & Suggestions
Silverbell Lake is located off Silverbell Road on the west side of Tucson. Silverbell Lake is part of the Urban Fishing Program. It is located in Christopher Columbus Park. Easy to get to lake to, it can satisfy that “I need to fish” urge very quickly.
Silverbell Lake is well stocked and offers great urban fishing through out the year. The lake has Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Catfish and Rainbow in season. There are picnic areas and a great spot to relax and enjoy the day.
The Rules for this lake include – No Swimming, wading, glass containers or littering. No live bait fish allowed. Canoes up to 17 feet and boats 14 feet and under must be properly licensed and permitted. No feeding of ducks or geese. All canoes and boats must have proper floatation devices on board. Gasoline motors prohibited. No fishing allowed in Archer Lake. Yes, Other rules may be posted.
Daily Bag and Possession Limits; 4 catfish,4 trout,2 bass (13 inch minimum) 10 sunfish, 1 white amur (30 inch minimum) Statewide limits apply to all other species.
Amenities, picnic tables, boating, Large Shade Ramadas, Playground, Dog Park, Model Airplane Area, Model Boat Lake (Archer Lake)
Public restrooms and a children’s playground are located adjacent to the lake. With all the facilities it is possible to hang out and wait for a nibble as long as you like.
Christopher Columbus Park (Silverbell Lake)
4600 N. Silverbell Rd. Tucson, AZ 85745 – Map
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