Lake Trout & Cutthroat Trout are both active at Bear Lake
by Utah Division of Wildlife
Water is now flowing into the lake from the Bear River. You can launch a boats. The Utah State Park Marina, 1st Point and Rainbow Cove boat ramps and docks are in the water at all locations. Rainbow Cove access and the parking areas have been fully paved. Although there is a dock in the water at Cisco Beach, it is not recommended that you attempt to launch a boat there due to the rough, rocky shoreline.
Remember: You cannot keep any cutthroat trout without a healed fin clip (usually the adipose fin). You must release any cutthroat trout with all fins intact. Consider releasing large lake trout. Lake trout can easily live more than 35 years in Bear Lake.
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Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Reportsfor Saturday, November 9th, 2013
Flaming Gorge Reservoir (UT & WY): Fishing is fair to good at Flaming Gorge. If one species isn't working, move to the next
Green River: Green River anglers are reporting good fishing as the Browns are in spawn mode
Red Fleet Reservoir: Anglers report fair to good fishing for rainbows and walleye from boats at Red Fleet Reservoir
Starvation Reservoir: Recent reports indicate good fishing for rainbow and walleye at Starvation Reservoir
Steinaker Reservoir: Anglers report fair to good fishing for rainbows, & they're also catching a few browns at Steinaker
Fishing success at Scofield Reservoir has been mixed, probably due to changing weather patternsScoefield Reservoir
SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: (November 04) Last Saturday, Jim Levanger of Scofield Snack and Pack reported that an angler had recently caught...... Read More