Otero County Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Otero County

Place USGS Topo Map
Alkali Lakes Cienega School
Allen Lake Woodson Canyon
Barkley Lake Woodson Canyon
Bassett Lake Bassett Lake
Bear Canyon Lake Sacramento
Burro Lake Sheeppen Canyon
Cantrell Lake Panama Ranch
Cantwell Lake Woodson Canyon
Chimney Lake Chimney Lake
Chimney Reservoir Number One Packsaddle Canyon
Chimney Reservoir Number Two Packsaddle Canyon
Coats Lake Pickett Hill
Covel Lake Woodson Canyon
Cowan Lake Alamo Mountain NE
Curtis Canyon Dam Sacramento
Deadman Lake Deadman Lake
Deadman Water Hole Panther Canyon
Deep Lake Deadman Lake
Dela Van Lake Woodson Canyon
Double Mills Reservoir Three Rivers SW
Dry Lake Bullis Spring Ranch
Dry Lake Lost River
Dry Lakes Cornucopia Ranch
Eagle Lake Angus
Eagle Lake Number two Nogal Peak
Fifteenmile Lake Fifteenmile Lake
Fireman Lake Firman Canyon
Foster Lake Foster Lake
Galla Lakes Sheeppen Canyon
Garton Lake Garton Lake
Goat Windmill Apache Summit
Gowen Lake Robertson Canyon
Hackberry Lake Woodson Canyon
Hale Lake Robertson Canyon
Herd Pasture Tub Otero Mesa South
Hog Lake Packsaddle Canyon
Holloman Lake Garton Lake
Indian Water Hole Panther Canyon
Langford Windmill Deadman Canyon
Lightning Lake Bluff Springs
Lost Pond Culp Draw
Lower Juniper Reservoir Culp Canyon
Maruche Lake Domingo Peak
McDonald Lake Woodson Canyon
McEwan Lake Sacramento
Mescalero Lake Ruidoso
Parker Reservoir Mayhill
Red Lake Deadman Lake
Richardson Lake Pinon
Sacramento Lake Sacramento Peak
Shockley Lake Pinon
Silver Lake Firman Canyon
Stevens Lake Surveyors Canyon
The Lake Cornudas Mountain
Tompson Reservoir Lake Lucero SE
Tulloch Lake Alamo Mountain NE
Turner Lake Lumley Lake NE
Twin Lakes Sheeppen Canyon
Upper Juniper Reservoir Culp Canyon
Van Winkle Lake Van Winkle Lake
Wet Weather Pond Owl Tank Canyon East
White Sands Lakes Tularosa Peak
Whitetail Lake Whitetail
Wilson Lake Woodson Canyon
Wire Lake Sheeppen Canyon

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