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Nelson's Reservoir, White Mountains, Arizona, USA
Arizona
Nelson's Reservoir is located in eastern Arizona's White Mountains. It was created by a dam on Nutrioso Creek. The lake is at 7,412 feet above sea level and is in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It is stocked with up to 20,000 catchable-sized trout during the Summer.
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