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I seem to recall that you could get a map of the AZGFD water catchments thru the Game and Fish Dept.

is this still the case? Or does anybody know where i can find this info?

Thanks

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Anything specific you're looking for? Let me know if you want any pics out of this, if that would help you out.

 

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Got a email from Game and Fish officer  Edward Jahrke.  

Here is the link he sent me about water catchments installed by Game and Fish

azaccessmap.com/map

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30 minutes ago, Tight Guy said:

Got a email from Game and Fish officer  Edward Jahrke.  

Here is the link he sent me about water catchments installed by Game and Fish

azaccessmap.com/map

That's an incomplete link.

It should be the below for the link to work.

AZ Water Catchments

There is an option to select "AGFD Wildlife Waters" to display those locations, but not sure if that's the same as WCs.

 

Eddie

 

 

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On 8/4/2020 at 6:41 PM, dmoto said:

Anything specific you're looking for? Let me know if you want any pics out of this, if that would help you out.

 

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Does AZG&F still sell this book? 

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1 hour ago, flatline said:

Does AZG&F still sell this book? 

No idea. Copyright date on the inside cover is 1998

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I bought the book at Wide World of Maps a long time ago.

They are not in Mesa anymore but I think they have a store in Phoenix. 

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The area we hunt has a couple of catchments. One of the catchments has been  neglected and has been non functional for decades. The other is on the back side of a big hill and I have never bothered to check it out. 

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