Prior to fishing at these lakes, make sure that you have the appropriate licenses and are familiar with the governing agency's fishing regulations for that particular lake.

New Mexico Regulations

New Mexico Game and Fish
New Mexico Game and Fish
(505) 222-4700
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  • Tiger Lake (Map #3)

    Managed by the City of Aztec, Tiger Lake covers 7 acres and serves as a water reservoir for the City of Aztec.
    City of Aztec - Parks & Recreation
    1301 Old Spanish Trl
    Aztec, NM 87410
    (505) 334-7670 (for pavilion reservations)


    Fishing, walking track, and bbq/picnics.


    No overnight camping is permitted, but day use of pavilions with picnic tables and BBQ grills are available. Restrooms are ADA compliant and a 1/2 mile walking trail around the lake is available.


    No lake use fees required.
    A valid New Mexico Game and Fishing license is required.
    Reservations can be made for special use of the pavilions (505) 334-7670.


    Fishing is permitted year round with a valid New Mexico Game and Fishing license. The lake is stocked regularly with rainbow trout. Channel catfish is also present.

    Fishing License

    New Mexico Game and Fish
    (505) 222-4700

    Water Recreation

    Boating and swimming is not permitted.


    Allowed All pets must be on a leash.
    Allowed No swimming allowed.
    Not Allowed No alcoholic beverages.
    Not Allowed No hunting or discharging of firearms.
    Not Allowed No camping.
    Not Allowed No campfires.
    Not Allowed No wood gathering.
    Not Allowed No dumping.