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We love Rancho Tonto Catch-A-Trout!! We drove up today from Phoenix specifically to go catch trout at Rancho Tonto. The property is lovely, so peaceful and beautiful. You are guarantee to catch as many fresh trout as you like. The owners Brenda and Randy are...More
I normally don’t do reviews but I felt the need to share after leaving quite upset. The place was very beautiful,green and clean we were a group of 20 ppl. After catching our fish we proceeded to getting them cleaned and to pay. When we...More
Our family took a trip to Willow Springs Lake to let our daughter and her boyfriend, both college students, try to catch their first trout. It was a beautiful day but way too many people. The fishing at the lake didn't work out at all....so...More
If you own your own gear, have a fishing license, fish in lakes and streams regularly, are looking for a challenge...this really isn't for you. Rather it is a pleasant smallish pond stocked with some of the hungriest trout that I have ever seen. I...More
A beautiful place in the White Mountains just east of Payson. Very laid back beautiful grounds. Fresh trout direct from Idaho. Nice size to give your young child/grandchild a thrill. Catch and take home to eat. $1 an inch. Poles and bait etc provided.
Their website indicates one night only reservations available Sun-Thur. I tried making a reservation for this Tue night and they told me the minimum was two nights. This is the second time I have had a negative experience with Rancho Tonto and I haven't even...More
This was by far one of the best family activities we have done in a long time. Randy the owner was fantastic. He fully explains what to expect and then provides assistance on landing all the fish we caught, (6) in less then 5 minutes....More
We spent most of Memorial Day weekend trying to catch fish with our two kids, without so much as a nibble. We wanted to leave on a good note and ensure they would want to fish again at some point and Rancho Tonto did not...More