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Archive for May, 2012

Golf Locations In Arizona

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Arizona has become one of the most popular vacation spots for of a number of reasons. One of these reasons is that Arizona is home to some of the most beautiful sites, which include the Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, and the Meteor Crater. Apart from the sites, there are also other reasons why Arizona has become one of the more popular tourist destinations. One of these is that there are a number of exciting activities that visitors can do during their stay in Arizona, which include rafting, hiking, and camping.

However, among the different activities that Arizona offers, perhaps the most popular is the type of golf game that people can play in the state because Arizona is home to some of the best golf courses in the United States.

Scottsdale golf

Among the different golf locations in Arizona, one of the most popular is Scottsdale, which is home to some 174 golf courses, some of which are the most beautiful golf courses in Arizona. However, apart from being home to beautiful golf courses, Scottsdale also hosts a number of golf tournaments that are sanctioned by the Arizona Golf Association (AGA).One of these tournaments is the Phoenix Open Golf Tournament, which is part of the PGA Tour, drawing very large crowds and some of the best professional golf players in the world. This tournament is usually staged in January in the Tournament Players Golf Club of Scottsdale and the ticket prices for this tournament are usually about $20 per day.

Another popular golf tournament held in Scottsdale is the Scottsdale Swing Canadian Tour Golf Tournament, which is held during March in the Palm Course at McCormick Ranch Golf Club. This tournament is a result of the collaboration between the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau with the Golf Channel and the Canada Tour, which is also an internationally recognized golf tournament.

Apart from being home to some of the most breathtaking sites in the United States, Arizona is also known for being home to some of the most beautiful golf courses in the country. However, apart from the courses, Arizona is also host to some of the most prestigious golf tournaments that are sanctioned by international golf organizations, which makes Scottsdale very popular among tourists and golf enthusiasts.

Excellent Trout Fishing in Arizona

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

But the truth is that the state of Arizona offers some excellent trout fishing. One of the most popular places for fish for these beautiful fish in Arizona are the White Mountains, which are in the eastern part of the state near the New Mexico border. There are many rivers, streams, lakes, and reservoirs throughout the white mountain area and 90% of the trout that are found in Arizona are found in the area that is known as the “White Mountains”.

There are other areas within Arizona that also provide some good trout fishing as well. The biggest difference between trout fishing for trout in Arizona and fishing for trout in many other areas of the country is when the most productive times for trout fishing are. While fishing for trout really “cools off” during the winter months in hotspots such as Montana or Pennsylvania, the winter is when many Arizona trout fishermen experience the most success.

The department of fish and game aggressively stocks trout during the winter months so that the people of Arizona can enjoy the experience of catching hungry trout. The four main species of trout; brook, brown, rainbow, and cutthroat are all stocked and can all be found in the waters of this beautiful state along with another lesser known ‘native’ species of trout that can only be found in the state of Arizona, the Apache trout. The Apache trout isn’t found anywhere else and is also the state fish of Arizona.

In many parts of Arizona as the temperatures start to increase as the year progresses any trout that haven’t been caught by anglers die off due to rising water temperatures, and therefore if you are going to engage in trout fishing in Arizona the fall and winter months are often your best bet for success.

The point of the matter is that while the state of Arizona isn’t thought of as a destination for trout by many people, this beautiful state actually offers some very productive trout fishing waters. Whether you are a lake, river, spin, or fly fisherman the Grand Canyon State can provide you with some excellent fishing opportunities.

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