DWR Southeastern Region fishing report

*Abajo Mountains*: Many waters on the mountains cannot be reached by vehicle.
(01-10-18)

*Academy Mill Reservoir*: Academy Mill Reservoir and other waters above Joes Valley
are likely inaccessible due to recent snow. (01-10-18)

*Boulger Reservoir*: The reservoir now has stable ice. To catch trout here, try
using tube jigs tipped with meal worms. (01-10-18)

*Carbon County Community Fishing Pond*: The pond is closed for the winter. (01-10-18)

*Cleveland Reservoir*: The reservoir now has stable ice. To catch trout here, try
using tube jigs tipped with meal worms. (01-10-18)

*Duck Fork Reservoir*: Access to Duck Fork Reservoir and other waters on the South
Manti might be limited due to snow, ice and mud. (01-10-18)

*Electric Lake*: Anglers are catching tiger trout through the ice near the boat
ramp. Fishing has been best before noon using tube jigs. Use caution as there may
still be open water in some parts of the lake. (01-10-18)

*Fairview Lakes*: Recent snow has likely made the lakes inaccessible to vehicles.
(01-10-18)

*Ferron Reservoir*: Ferron Reservoir and other waters on the South Manti are likely
inaccessible to vehicles. (01-10-18)

*Gigliotti Pond*: The pond froze several weeks ago, but ice thickness may vary due
to highly variable temperatures in Carbon County. Use caution when fishing here. Try
using tube jigs tipped with either meal worms or night crawlers. (01-10-18)

*Gooseberry Reservoir*: Gooseberry Reservoir might be inaccessible due to recent
snowfall. (01-10-18)

*Grassy Lake*: Grassy Lake and other waters on the South Manti are Closed to highway
vehicles due to ice on the road. (01-10-18)

*Huntington North Reservoir*: Huntington North Reservoir still has some areas of
open water. Use caution when ice fishing here. (01-10-18)

*Huntington Reservoir*: Anglers have had success catching tiger trout through the
ice. Try using a white tube jig tipped with a meal worm. (01-10-18)

*Joes Valley Reservoir*: Ice has started forming on the reservoir, but the ice is
unstable, and there are still areas of open water. (01-10-18)

*Knight-Ideal Community Fishing Pond*: Access to the pond is closed until March 1.
(01-10-18)

*La Sal Mountains*: Many waters on the La Sal Mountains are either inaccessible to
highway vehicles or covered with unstable ice. (01-10-18)

*Lower Fish Creek*: Access to the creek may be limited as snow accumulates, but it
may be accessible below Scofield dam if you have a four-wheel drive vehicle. Try
using Panther Martin spinners or green soft hackle flies to catch trout and chubs
here. (01-10-18)

*Miller Flat Reservoir*: The reservoir might be accessible in a four-wheel drive
vehicle. To catch trout here, try using tube jigs tipped with meal worms. (01-10-18)

*Millsite Reservoir & State Park*: Anglers have been fishing through the ice off of
the island at the bottom of the boat ramp. Fishing has been slow to fair. (01-10-18)

*Petes Hole*: Petes Hole and other waters above Joes Valley may be inaccessible due
to recent snowfall. (01-10-18)

*Potters Ponds*: The ponds may be inaccessible to vehicles due to recent snowfall.
(01-10-18)

*Price River*: Much of the river through Price Canyon is covered in ice, making
fishing impossible in many areas. (01-10-18)

*Right Fork of Huntington Creek*: Many parts of the creek are covered with ice.
Depending on where you go, fishing might be difficult. (01-10-18)

*Scofield Reservoir*: Most of the ice fishing is happening near the dam cove, where
the ice is almost 10 inches thick. Anglers have caught rainbow and cutthroat trout
using white jigs tipped with chub meat. Paddle bugs and green glow ice flies, tipped
with a wax worm, have also worked well. Try fishing close to the bottom in 16 to 22
feet of water. (01-10-18)

*Soup Bowl*: Soup Bowl and other waters on the South Manti might be inaccessible to
vehicles. (01-10-18)

*Willow Lake*: Willow Lake and other waters on the South Manti might be inaccessible
to vehicles. (01-10-18)

*Wrigley Springs Reservoir*: The reservoir was accessible by four-wheel drive on
Jan. 8. Access may change, however, due to recent snowfall. The ice on the south end
of the reservoir was stable. (01-10-18)