Bunch Reservoir

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Bunch Reservoir
Location Apache County, Arizona
Coordinates 34°2′20.42″N 109°26′47.35″W / 34.0390056°N 109.4464861°W / 34.0390056; -109.4464861Coordinates: 34°2′20.42″N 109°26′47.35″W / 34.0390056°N 109.4464861°W / 34.0390056; -109.4464861
Basin countries United States
Surface area 20 acres (81,000 m2)
Average depth 10 ft (3.0 m)
Surface elevation 8,260 ft (2,520 m)

Bunch Reservoir is one of a trio of lakes on the Little Colorado River that provides trout fishing opportunities in and around the town of Greer.

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Bunch Reservoir is located at 8,260 feet (2,520 m) on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. The Greer Lakes, as they are collectively known, include Bunch, Tunnel and River Reservoirs, and are a short distance apart from each other.

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Bunch is 20 acres (81,000 m2) in size, and has an average depth of 10 feet (3.0 m). The Department stocks the lake with catchable-sized rainbow trout in the spring and summer. Like its two neighboring reservoirs, Bunch gets a few brown trout from the Little Colorado River diversion that refills it in the winter, but browns are not stocked here.

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