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Alamo Lake Fishing Report 2022 [Tips, Spots, Pictures, Everything You Need to Know]

How To Fish Alamo Lake

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Alamo Lake is a small-to-moderate sized desert reservoir that resides in west-central Arizona.  Overall it’s a relatively quiet lake. In this post you’re going to be given the blueprint to fish this lake. 

So you may ask yourself what are the best tips for fishing Alamo Lake? Or, where can I get a Alamo Lake fishing report?  Well your in luck! Here are three important factors you must know  if you want to know how to fish Alamo Lake successfully. First, you need to know what kind of fish is in Alamo Lake. Second, it’s important for you to know which part of the lake each species can be found. Lastly, knowing what are the best baits that work on Alamo Lake is absolutely vital.  However a word of caution… the tactics, baits, and locations will be different for each type of fish that you target, so keep that in mind. Now let’s talk about the steps you need to take in order to give you the best chance of catching a fish on Alamo Lake!

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About Alamo Lake

Alamo Lake is a shallow reservoir (when compared to other amazing Arizona lakes) with the average depth being 75 feet and a maximum depth of 90 feet when the lake is completely full. The lake spans over 3,500 acres. In 1968, the Army Corps Of Engineers made Alamo Dam at the end of the Bill Williams River primarily for flood control purposes. The lake also plays a vital role in irrigation water for local agriculture.

Located in central-western part of Arizona, Alamo Lake is primarily a bass fishing heaven for most anglers. This is also one of the best Crappie fisheries in the state.

The central lake exposed and submerged vertical timber keeps the powerboats and jet skis away.  Alamo Lake also provides the visitor amazing wildlife viewing and beautiful springtime wildflower blooms. 

What Kinds of Fish Are In Alamo Lake?

  • Largemouth Bass
  • Bluegill/Sunfish
  • Black Crappie
  • Channel Catfish
  • Flathead Catfish
  • Tilapia
  • Carp

Key Details to Know About Alamo Lake

Special Closures Areas or Dates:

CLOSURES: None listed as of writing this report

Special /Annual Events:

Fishing Derbies – Common especially on the weekends.  

Alamo Lake Fishing Tips & General Strategies

General Structure

Many will describe Alamo Lake as a mini Lake Amistad. It’s a dry desert reservoir with rocky banks, but also offers a large area of flooded brush.

In my opinion what really makes this lake special is this lake has the feature of both submerged and exposed vertical timber located in the middle of the lake.  So if you like a challenge of flipping vertical structure in deep water this is your lake to fish!

Furthermore Alamo Lake has an ample supply of points, walls, cuts, inner and outer channel bends, humps, and ledges. 

Seasonal Features

During the early part of the year (late winter/early spring) the water level will be at it’s highest. Bass will be approximately 20-40-feet deep, and will be found next to flats with deep water nearby. 

During spawn you’ll have the best luck inspecting the south facing banks mainly on the western side of the lake with good sun exposure in 1-10-feet of water. 

As spring transitions to summer, you’ll most likely find bass on any main lake points, any structure such as ledges, bluff walls, humps that creates shade and cover, and also mid-lake vertical timber. 

Water Clarity

Alamo Lake is mostly a moderately stained lake. 

At the river end the water can be muddy/chocolate milk colored. 

The main lake will have a moderate green stain. 

Water by the dam normally clears up with a visibility up to 15-feet!

Take home message: You have to be prepared to fish all type of water clarity at this lake. 

Natural colors work well here, along with some color hints, of chartreuse, orange, and red.  

Good ol’ black and blue also are awesome in the early mornings and evenings. 

All white baits, baits that are bright with chartreuse, or black and blue colored baits do well at the muddy river end of Alamo. 

But Where Are The Best Places To Fish At Alamo Lake?

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And in no particular order here is that list of the best fishing spots at Alamo Lake.

DISCLAIMER:  The material provided is for general information purposes only. It’s important to understand that any information provided in this article can change at any time. Any maps or graphics featured are not to be used as navigational aids. Fishing Blueprint will not be responsible for any personal injury or property damage from any misuse of the maps or graphics provided.   It’s completely impossible to give you every single spot where you can potentially catch a fish.  But, what this list does do is to give you a helping hand and narrow down to the most productive fishing spots.

Cholla Ramp (North side)

photo: Google maps

At times the fishing here can be extremely good.

If the rains flooded this section of the lake it creates an area of submerged brush and timber, along with cuts and runoff channels which can be excellent for largemouth bass.

Target the tops of exposed trees and brush in windy conditions: topwater lures, buzzbaits, frog lures, sqarebill crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits.

Calm blue bird skies or post-frontal conditions: Texas rigs, Senkos, weedless drop shot rig, weedless tubes

Located: central lake, east side

Structural features: flooded flat of thick brush and small trees. Cuts and humps are common.  

Best species to target: Largemouth bass

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak, float tube, shore fishing

Central Lake Vertical Timber

photo: Google maps

Exposed Timber

Depending on the water level of the lake sometimes the vertical timber will be exposed on the north end (high water), or central lake (low water). 

Most of the standing timber will not have extending area, however know that some do, so use extreme caution as you approach this area with your boat. 

Of all my years fishing this lake there are many different ways to fish this area. Here are some of the ways I fish for bass in this area: 

Submerged Timber

If the standing timber is submerged swimming a crankbait, umbrella rig, jerkbait, chatterbait, swim jig, hair jig, or underspin jig over the tops of the trees to pull out bass. 

Conversely, when the fish are really picky, consider a drop shot bait or suspending jerkbait just above the treetops for bass.

There are several submerged patches of trees located in the central section of Alamo. At these locations is where you’ll find crappie at this lake.

To catch over the submerged timber, slow trolling live minnows, roadrunner head jigs, and crappie tubes are great choices. 

Since Alamo can be very windy, it’s strongly recommended to use a quality drift sock to help slow your drift so you don’t have to worry about using up all your trolling motor battery.   

Located: central lake

Structural features: standing timber

Best species to target: bass, crappie

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak, float tube

Cuts And Washes On The Northwest Side

photo: Google maps

While this may not be a specific spot, this area of the lake can be absolutely bananas in the spring and summer. 

The mouths of these little cuts and coves are excellent for largemouth bass.

The mainlake side is filled with a good amount of submerged brush and timber such as cotton trees.  

This area collects a ton of floating debris coming off the river so flipping a jig or creature bait in the shaded canopies can catch you a monster bass.

Drop-offs and ledges are common in this section of the lake.  Use your graph to find the channel swings.  

These same feeder creeks are also great for nighttime catfishing.

Effective baits for this area include: topwater lures, buzzbaits, frog lures, sqarebill crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits when bass are aggressive.

However use Texas rigs, Senkos, weedless drop shot rig, weedless tubes if the bass are timid and not aggressive.

 Located: northwest side

Structural features: submerged brush, floating debris mats, points, drop-offs, ledges

Best species to target: bass, catfish

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak, shore fishing if you drive around the backside of the lake. 

Rawhide Wash and Joggerson Wash

photo: Google maps

These small washes are unique because they all provide great rock-to-gravel or rock-to-sand/clay transitions. 

When scanning the area with your sonar, find one of these transition zones next to deeper water. They often will hold bass. 

These areas are also littered with ledges, drop-offs, and rocky humps.

When the water is high fish the submerged creek channels. 

Effective baits for this area include: topwater lures, buzzbaits, frog lures, sqarebill crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits when bass are aggressive.

However use Texas rigs, Senkos, weedless drop shot rig, weedless tubes if the bass are timid and not aggressive.

Located: western side

Structural features: edges, drop-offs, submerged creek channels, rocky humps

Best species to target: bass

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak, shore fishing if you drive around the backside of the lake. 

Andrew's Wash

photo: Google maps

This cove is the deepest cove that Alamo will offer you. 

From my experience, this location can be either on fire or completely dead.

It’s very rocky and has a large amount of ledges and drop-offs.  

Crappie fishing can be good fishing at the mouth of the cove.

Effective baits for this area include: topwater lures, buzzbaits, crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits when bass are aggressive.

However use Texas rigs, Senkos, drop shot rig, tubes if the bass are timid and not aggressive.

Located: southwest side.

Structural features: steep rocky cove, ledges, drop-offs

Best species to target: bass, crappie, catfish

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak

Alamo Dam

photo: Google maps

Alamo dam is an earthfill dam that extends 283 feet (86 m) from the top of the dam to the lowest section of streambed of the Bill Williams River.

All earthfill dams are made with compacting materials and large, basketball-sized chunk rock on the exterior is used to give the dam stability.  

The large rocks allow creatures like crawfish, minnows, and bluegill to make their home here. 

Keep in mind the water clarity in this area is the most clear, so choose natural colored or transparent baits in this area.

Effective baits for this area include: topwater lures, buzzbaits, crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits when bass are aggressive.

However use Texas rigs, Senkos, drop shot rig, tubes if the bass are timid and not aggressive.

Located: south side

Structural features: steep chunk rock dam wall

Best species to target: bass, crappie

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak

Spencer's Wash to Chai Cove

photo: Google maps

The fishing area of shoreline that extends from Spencer’s Wash to Chai Cove and spans nearly one mile. This shoreline is filled with a ton of small coves, cuts, washes, boulders, and underwater structures such as submerged road beds and even small patches of submerged trees. 

If you like crankbait fishing, this area often produces.  Graph the area to find old road beds left over from building the dam. 

Effective baits for this area include: topwater lures, buzzbaits, frog lures, sqarebill crankbaits, soft plastic swimbaits, umbrella rigs, spinnerbaits when bass are aggressive.

However use Texas rigs, Senkos, weedless drop shot rig, weedless tubes if the bass are timid and not aggressive.

Located: mid-lake/southside

Structural features: Rocky banks, small coves, cuts, natural and artificial submerged structure, roadbed. 

Best species to target: Bass, crappie, catfish

Most effective way to fish this spot: Boat, kayak, shoreline

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How To Catch A Fish At Alamo Lake

Largemouth Bass

The Largemouth bass is a carnivorous member of the sunfish family. Alamo Lake holds the Northern strain.  The Northern strain is thought to be considered more aggressive and offers a better fight than their Florida strain cousins.

Listed below are a handful of facts, top spots, and best lures to use to help you out…

If you’re still not sure how to catch a bass, do worry. A complete section on Bass Fishing 101 was written to help you out. In that section, you’ll learn about the top ways to get you catching bass fast.

Read more: Beginner’s Guide To Bass Fishing Basics – Tips, Secrets & Things To Avoid

General Largemouth Bass Details

Spawn: Spring, March-May

Food: Shad, bluegill, crayfish

Arizona State Record: 16 lb. 7.68 oz. 28.0 in., Canyon Lake Randall E. White, Mesa 4/22/97

Table Quality: Decent. Firm white meat. 

Angling techniques:

Black Crappie

Introduced to Arizona in 1905, Alamo Lake holds black crappie. These fish tend to linger over submerged brush and timber and are found in schools.

The black crappie are much more tolerant in cooler water than their white crappie cousins. 

Black crappie can be described as having an irregular black dots and blotched on the back and have more of a “silvery-olive” background.

Average weight of a crappie in Alamo Lake is going to be 0.75-pounds, however electro-netted samples show they can get over 3-pounds in size!

The best time to fish for crappie in this lake and other lakes similar to it is in summertime while you’re night using a submerged green light. If you don’t know what a green fishing light is, or if you’re unfamiliar, then click this link to learn more.

General Crappie Details

Spawn: April – mid-June

Food: Larvae, small fish, and crustaceans. Threadfin shad make up their main diet. 

Arizona State Record: 4 lb. 10.0 oz. –in., San Carlos Lake John Shadrick, Mammoth 1959

Table Quality: The meat is excellent. It’s firm, flaky and white. 

Angling techniques:

Catfish

Channel Catfish

Channel catfish weight will range from 0.5-to-15-pounds in Alamo Lake. However, the average weight will be between 1-4-pounds.

Flathead Catfish

Conversely, “smaller” flathead catfish will weigh in at 15-pounds and can grow around 75-pounds.  A flathead survey conducted in 2016 and 2020 caught a flathead that weighed over 48-pounds!    

General Catfish Details

Spawn: March-June

Food: Carp, bluegill

Arizona State Record:

Channel catfish – 33 lb., 5.76 oz., 39.5 in., Upper Lake Mary Carson Pete, 3/26/17

Flathead catfish – 76 lb. 8.64 oz., 53.5 in., Bartlett Lake Eddie Wilcoxson, Surprise 04/13/13

Table Quality: Soft white meat. In the summer the meat will taste muddy.

Angling techniques:

Flathead catfish:

  • live bait such as smaller carp, full sized bluegill, or tilapia

Channel catfish:

  • chicken liver
  • hotdogs
  • stink bait
  • small bluegill
  • small carp

Bluegill

Introduced to Arizona in 1932, the bluegill has teal-blue coloring on the bottom portion of the chin and gill plate. It also has a solid black opercula flap just behind the gill plate.

Bluegill are found on the shoreline and prefer nearby structures. Bluegill are incredibly aggressive and will quickly attack anything that looks like it could be eaten. Due to their aggressive behavior, they are one of the easiest fish to catch and are a great way to introduce someone to fishing.  

Spawn: April and May

Food: Small fish and insects

Arizona State Record: 3 lb. 15 oz. 15.75 in., Goldwater Lake. Christopher Ray Mapes, Prescott Valley 5/2/04

Table Quality: Firm, white meat 

Angling techniques: 

  • Worms
  • Dough balls
  • Slim jim sausages pieces on a small hook (not lying… it really works)
  • Small spinners
  • Trout flys

Carp

Carp are an oily freshwater species of fish and are native to Europe and Asia. Carp are considered invasive to the United States.

The big, hard fighting fish are really fun to catch. Many anglers will fish for carp at night and bowfishing from the shore or from a boat!

Carp can be consumed however, their muddy taste and boney meat make it one of the least desirable fish to eat.

Spawn: March-June

Food: algae, plant matter, fish eggs, insects, aquatic worms, small crustaceans (snails), and small crayfish

Arizona State Record: 37 lb. 0.0 oz. 40.0 in., Bartlett Lake Jonathan Gardner, Phoenix 8/8/87

Table Quality: Poor. Soft white flesh that is muddy and riddled with bones

Angling techniques:

Boat Ramps at Alamo Lake

Main Ramp

Location: South end, west side

Phone number: none listed

Nearby boat marina or park store: Yes

Groceries available: No, not at the ramp.

Gas: No. Nearest fuel is in Salome

Bathrooms: Yes

Showers: No, not at the ramp.

Electric: Not at the ramp. 

Camping nearby: Yes

Cholla Ramp

Location: central lake, east side.

Phone number: None

Nearby park store: No

Groceries available: No, not at the ramp.

Gas: No. Nearest fuel is in Salome.

Bathrooms: Yes.

Showers: No. Nearest fuel is in Salome

Electric: No. Nearest fuel is in Salome

Camping nearby: Yes.

Places at the lake you can get snacks and frosty beverages

Alamo Lake Visitor Center/Park Store

Location: Southeast end of the lake

Phone number: (928) 669-2088

Number of lanes: 3

Bathrooms: Yes

Showers: No, not at the park store.

Electric: Yes

Camping nearby: Yes.

***This location frequently runs out of live bait and fishing licenses. You are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and get all fuel, bait, tackle, licenses, food, drinks, all other appropriate provisions before you come to Alamo Lake.

Places to camp and RV parks

Alamo Campgrounds A & B – located near the main ramp. 

Alamo Campgrounds C, D, & E – located near the Cholla ramp. 

Campsite Reservations – Click Here

Accessories You’ll Need

Fishing Rod

RodThe popularity of fishing is growing and people are becoming much more conscious of different rods that can help them.

Fishermen want the best technique-specific rod for the money.

Luckily, the report I wrote provides you with detailed information in order for you to make buy the rod for the money, and more importantly which rods to avoid at all costs.

>> What Rods To Use For Bass Fishing? 10 Awesome General Purpose Rods Reviewed

Fishing Reel

Reel – Having the correct reel to match with your rod is just as important.  A good reel should be light and have a buttery smooth drag. There are several great reels on the market, but I recommend the Daiwa Tatula SV/TW baitcasting reel. It’s a great reel packed with great features. So much so that it could easily be priced in the mid $200 range.

>>How To Choose A Great Bass Fishing Reel For The Money [and which to avoid at all costs]

Fishing Line

Fishing Line – Having a good line is just as important as having a good rod. I recommend fishing with a good fluorocarbon line. Furthermore, it’s super sensitive because it has little to no stretch, and underwater it’s invisible to the bass!  If pride or money is on the line I would use Sunline Sniper FC.

>>21 Tips To Choose The Best Fishing Line

Fishing Lures & Baits

Fishing Lures – It’s pretty hard and darn near impossible trying to catch a fish without using some sort of lure or bait.  More importantly these baits you should never forget at home or it could lead to a horrible day on the water

>>5 Bass Fishing Lures You Never Want to Leave At Home

Tackle Bag

Tackle Bag – You can’t carry all your gear in your pockets, so you need a reliable tackle bag to transport it. I wrote a complete review guide, Best Tackle Bag for Fishing, check it out by clicking here.   But if you don’t have the time to read the full guide then let me tell you I recommend the Lunker Bag by KastKing.

>>15 Best Tackle Bags For The Money (Tested & Reviewed)

Sunglasses

Sunglasses – Do you find yourself fishing in variable light and water conditions? Fishing in open water? Fishing in the bright hot sun? Then, only to leave the lake with eye strain and a splitting headache?

If so, I strongly recommend investing in a pair of Costa Sun Glasses. Thousands of anglers, charter guides, and tournament professionals put their trust into Costa, and so should you. Here’s why…

Costa’s co-injected bio-based nylon frame material is robust and durable, as well as extremely comfortable to wear for all-day use. TR-90 nylon is an excellent material for sports and performance frames since it is heat and cold-resistant.
Costa builds their glasses with class-leading technology. Their 580G glass lens sets them apart from the competition. These lenses are ideal for long days on the lake or sea since you won’t have to worry about scratches on the lens when you wipe the saltwater off. Needless to say they’re Costa’s most durable lenses.

Anyone who spends time outside, especially on the lake, needs polarized lenses. However, not all polarized sunglasses are the same. Costa is 99.9% polarized, giving it the most effective possible in blocking reflecting glare, and minimizing eye strain and headaches.

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Sunscreen

Sun Screen – Skin cancer is a very real threat and it’s only getting worse. That is why you need a powerful sunscreen that is personally used and endorsed by hundreds of dermatologists from around the world. 

That is why you should put your trust in Neutrogena Sheer Zinc Sunscreen. The state-of-the-art Purescreen Technology absorbs, reflects, and scatters harmful sunrays in this specially designed water-resistant sunscreen lotion – and it’s created with 100 percent organically derived zinc oxide. Not some test tube concoction the other competitors are trying to sell you. 

Neutrogena’s sheer body sunscreen lotion is fragrance-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, dye-free, and chemical-free. Dry-Touch technology aids in the non-greasy drying of this thin sunscreen.

For effective protection against the sun’s damaging rays, this hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, and oil-free lightweight sunscreen is the number one dermatologist-recommended suncare brand.

This zinc-based sunscreen lotion has received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance and is mild enough for sensitive skin. It is suited for everyday use.

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Fishing Pliers

Fishing Pliers – Nothing will ruin a day quicker than getting a hook embedded in your hand, or worse your eye.  This tool is more than simply a pair of pliers; it’s jam-packed with functionality.

It’s not only a pair of pliers is a lure tuning tool, a split shot crimper, and a side cutter for cutting tiny wire leads and hooks.

The split ring tool on the nose makes replacing or upgrading hooks in the field a breeze. Soft grip handles provide a comfortable and secure grip. With an adjustable hand lanyard to hold them tight, the leaf spring opens the pliers for one-handed usage.

That’s why I always recommend having good set-up pliers that won’t rust and won’t slip out of your hand.  I recommend the new & improved Rapala Fisherman’s Pliers.

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Landing Net

Landing Net – As you are reeling in that monster fish, you don’t want to injure yourself or knock the fish off the hook by trying to grab it.

The PLUSINNO floating landing net is designed with foam padding on the hoop and provides buoyancy for fishermen. Now, If the net is dropped or blown overboard, the floating design makes it simple to retrieve – so you won’t have to be concerned about losing it! The rubberized net cannot be snagged. It keeps the fish safe for catch-and-release, and the non-absorbent covering avoids waterlogging and odor absorption in the net.  It’s collapsing design allows for easy storage.

That’s why I recommend a dependable telescopic landing net.

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Fishing Weight Scale & Culler

Fishing Weight Scale – Whether you’re going to keep your catch or just take a photo of it and brag to your friends it’s important to have an accurate scale. The Rapala Tournament Model Touch Screen Scale makes weighing and logging your catch easier and more convenient. The large digital scale has a lot of functions and is easy to use. simply keep track of your current catch and its place in your overall weight. To see the weight, just suspend the catch from the heavy-duty composite clamp or the accompanying stainless steel hook.  Adding the important details to your catch couldn’t be easier – simply input your catch’s weight and tap on one of the eight storage places. The culling process makes it simple to identify fish that should be released for the greatest overall weight.

I recommend a Rapala Tournament Scale that has a large LED display like this one fishing scale here.

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Fishing Scissors

Fishing Line Scissors – Designed with sharp serrated cutting edge and oversized finger and thumb holes, these scissors actually grip and hold braided line for easy non-slip cutting.

These heavy-duty scissors are top-notch and are razor sharp for effortless cutting. The stainless steel construction and large finger holes allow ease of use – even for guys with big hands!

If you’re looking into quality fishing line scissors that can fit in your pocket, fishing vest, or fit comfortably in your jeans, these are the scissors you want. Many anglers like yourself use them to cut braid, mono, and even abandoned fishing lines that your lures have gotten stuck in.

In summary, this is a good investment for a serious fisherman.

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Fishing Hat

Wide Brim Fishing Hat – Nowadays, you have to protect yourself against the sun’s harmful rays.  That’s why I recommend the SA Straw hat. It fits any size head and it feels really comfortable.  Now you can keep the sun off your face while you enjoy your outdoor activities with UPF 50+ sun protection. Rest assured these lightweight and stylish hats give you 360-degrees of sun coverage. Both men and women can wear these hats.  As an added BONUS, these hats also include three face shields for UPF neck protection, which protects your skin from dangerous UV rays.

This hat is well worth the money, and the craftsmanship is excellent.

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Fishing Sun Shirt

Sun Shirt For Fishing – Don’t stop at only getting head protection, you also need to protect your chest, back, arms, and torso. According to the researchers finding skin cancers on the shoulders and forearms rank within the top-5 locations to get skin cancer.  That’s why the UV protective PFG Fishing Shirt by Columbia is strongly recommended.

Nowadays, it’s so important to be safe at all times. Omni-Shade helps prevent sunburns and long-term skin damage by blocking UVA and UVB radiation. UV absorbent yarns and a tight weave architecture prevent the whole spectrum of damaging UV radiation. This is the finest in outdoor moisture control technology. Omni-Wick technology absorbs moisture from the skin and transfers it to the fabric, where it spreads throughout the surface and evaporates rapidly, keeping you cool and your clothes dry.

I’m 6’0″ and 200 pounds, and I wear size XL. I ordered a size L and it fits well. Darker shirts provide a more subdued appearance. FYI.

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