Pelican Lake water levels remain low

Pelican Lake - Randlett, UT (Uintah County)

by Utah Division of Wildlife

Pelican Lake water levels remain low, but the Ouray Park Irrigation Company is now actively adding water into the lake. There have been no recent fishing reports from this location. Traditionally, ice-on occurs at Pelican Lake around the end of December. Pelican Tagged Carp Project: We do have some cash-reward-tagged carp swimming in Pelican Lake. We encourage you to help with long-term carp management and bring your family and friends out to target these fish using all legal methods of take. There is no limit on common carp; anglers are encouraged to remove carp from the lake. If you catch or bowfish a carp with a pink tag, please keep the tag and go to the website listed on the tag — it could be worth some cash! Please call our Northeastern Regional office at 435-781-9453 if you have questions about tagged carp. 

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