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Greer–Bunch Reservoir

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
Greer, Arizona 85927
Bunch Reservoir webpage

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Greer–Bunch Reservoir
Coordinates: 34.038245, -109.448393
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About Bunch Reservoir
Bunch Reservoir is approximately 63 acres at an elevation of 8200 feet. Apache, Rainbow and brown trout are the main catches, but whether you catch a bunch at Bunch depends on your skill! Early spring fishing is best, after ice and snow thaw. Access road is Paved. Boating restrictions include Single Electric Motors only. Bunch offers you a parking area, restrooms and picnic ramadas. The lake does experience Winter freeze. Live Bait Fish are prohibited. Day use only, no overnight camping. You’ll find this lake one mile north of Greer, off FS-87B.
From Bunch Reservoir webpage

Tips for birding Greer
Breeding warblers include Red-faced, Virginia, Grace’s, MacGillivray’s and Olive. Band-tailed Pigeons and Clark’s Nutcrackers are often seen flying overhead, while Dusky Grouse and Northern Goshawk skulk in the forest. Look also for several species of woodpeckers, American Dipper, Dusky Flycatcher, and others. Magnificent Hummingbird has been reported from area feeders in years past.
From Northern Arizona Audubon Society