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Lakes in Yuma County Arizona

Place USGS Topo Map
Arch Tank Arch Tank
Baker Tanks Wellton SE
Bandy Tank Arch Tank
Betty Lee Tank Mohawk SW
Black Tank Arch Tank
Blue Rock Tank Slumgullion Pass
Buck Peak Tank Buck Peak
Buckhorn Tank Tule Mountains
Burnt Wagon Tank Engesser Pass SW
Cabeza Prieta Tanks Cabeza Prieta Peak
Castle Rock Tank Slumgullion Pass
Cementosa Tanks Cementosa Wash
Cereus Tank Livingston Hills
Chain Tank Slumgullion Pass
Charlie Died Tank Charlie Died Tank
Coyote Water Coyote Water
Cripple Tank Livingston Hills
Deadman Tank Little Horn Mountains SE
Don Diego Tank Aguila Mountains SE
Eagle Tank Isla Pinta
Figueroa Tank Kofa Deep Well
Frenchman Tank Engesser Pass
Gray Tanks Arch Tank
Hanging Tank Castle Dome Peak
Hanley Tank Columbus Peak
Heart Tank Isla Pinta
Hidden Valley Tanks Stone Cabin
High Tank Livingston Hills
High Tank Livingston Hills
High Tank Six Livingston Hills
Hollow Rock Tank Arch Tank
Horse Tanks Arch Tank
Imperial Reservoir Imperial Reservoir
Ladder Tank Castle Dome Peak
Little White Tanks Kofa Deep Well
Martinez Lake Imperial Reservoir
McPherson Tank Castle Dome Peak
Mittry Lake Laguna Dam
Moonshine Tank Kofa Butte
Moovalya Lake Parker
Natural Tank Aguila Mountains NE
North Pinta Tank Christmas Pass
Norton Tank North of Roll
Raven Butte Tank Raven Butte
Raven Tank Kofa Butte
Red Hill Tank Livingston Hills
Red Tank Slumgullion Pass
Road Tank Nottbusch Butte
Robin Tank Arch Tank
Rock Tank Aguila Mountains NE
Saguaro Tank Castle Dome Peak
Salton Tanks Salton Tanks
Senita Tank Christmas Pass
Sheep Tank Cementosa Wash
Sinita Tank Sierra Arida
Soldiers Tank Cementosa Wash
Spook Tank Vopoki Ridge
Squaw Tanks Palm Canyon
Surveyors Tank Tinajas Altas
Towhee Tank Livingston Hills
Tule Tank Tule Mountains
Tuseral Tank Sierra Arida
White Tank Palomas Mountains NW
Yaqui Tanks Kofa Butte

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Yuma County, Arizona. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.