CARBON COUNTY COMMUNITY FISHING POND: (October 26) The Carbon County Community Fishing Pond was stocked with more than 500 channel catfish on Sept. 14. Try using stinkbaits for catfish, and use worms or PowerBait for rainbows.
CLEVELAND RESERVOIR: (October 26) Rainbow trout at Cleveland Reservoir are striking on beadhead red leeches, green leeches, black/orange woolly buggers, black/copper crystal buggers and black/copper soft-hackle flies. The fish usually range between 13 inches and 17 inches long.
DUCK FORK RESERVOIR: (November 01) Anglers are catching trout at Duck Fork Reservoir using white rooster tail spinners. Duck Fork was stocked with tiger trout on Aug. 24.
ELECTRIC LAKE: (October 26) The water is low at Electric Lake, but anglers are catching tiger trout. The tigers seem to prefer Jake’s spinners over other lures and baits, although a few fish are biting minnows and PowerBait.
FAIRVIEW LAKES: (October 26) Anglers are landing a lot of fish using Jake’s spinner lures. Fishing has been fair to slow with baits, particularly minnows and PowerBait.
FERRON RESERVOIR: (November 01) Anglers are catching brook, cutthroat and rainbow trout using white rooster tail spinners. You might also want to try using white and black marabou jigs, gold Jake’s lures or PowerBait.
GIGLIOTTI POND: (October 26) The trout are hungry at Gigliotti Pond. Try using PowerBait or nightcrawlers if you’re fishing for rainbows. Occasionally, bass will strike on spinners and other imitation lures. The pond was stocked with more than 1,700 rainbow trout in August.
GOOSEBERRY RESERVOIR: (October 26) Anglers are landing a lot of fish using Jake’s spinner lures. Fishing has been fair to slow with baits, particularly minnows and PowerBait. Gooseberry was last stocked with more than 1,200 rainbow trout on Aug. 3.
HUNTINGTON CREEK: (October 26) The stretch of Huntington Creek just below Electric Lake has produced good fishing, especially at dusk. Brown trout are responding well to streamers and caddis flies.
HUNTINGTON GAME FARM POND: (October 26) The pond was stocked with more than 500 rainbow trout at the end of August. Try using nightcrawlers, PowerBait or Jake’s spinners here.
HUNTINGTON NORTH RESERVOIR: (November 01) Anglers are catching some bigger rainbows (up to three pounds) at Huntington North Reservoir. Most are catching them on worms or while trolling with pop gear. The reservoir was stocked with 3,000 rainbow trout on Sept. 26 and with nearly 10,000 channel catfish on Sept. 14.
HUNTINGTON RESERVOIR: (November 01) Anglers are catching tiger trout up to 19 inches long. They’re using various lure setups, including size 8 beadhead crystal buggers in black/copper and black/silver combinations; woolly buggers in black/orange and black/green; and leeches in red and maroon. Anglers are having success fishing from the shore and from boats.
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR: (October 26) Anglers have had recent success trolling with chub-patterned lures, and they’re catching rainbows up to 25 inches long. People are also catching splake up to 20 inches long along the cliffs south of the boat ramp. They’re using half-ounce silver spoons and pumpkin-colored curly tailed grubs with a half-ounce jighead. These work best by casting out, letting the line hit the bottom and retrieving them slowly. DWR fisheries biologists also found many large cutthroats, tiger trout and splake during gillnetting surveys last week.
KNIGHT-IDEAL COMMUNITY FISHING POND: (October 26) The pond was stocked with more than 2,500 rainbow trout in August. Try using worms, PowerBait or spinners here.
LOWER GREEN RIVER: (October 26) Standard baits, especially stinkbaits and nightcrawlers, are working well for catfish in the Green River.
MILLER FLAT RESERVOIR: (October 26) Water levels are low, but the fishing is good. Silver Kastmasters are a good lure for catching rainbow trout. Anglers have reported catching many good-sized rainbows (up to 14 inches long) on the south end of the dam.
MILLSITE RESERVOIR & STATE PARK: (November 01) Anglers report good to hot fishing at Millsite. The past week has offered the best fishing some anglers have ever encountered at the reservoir. Anglers are catching mostly cutthroat trout, which have ranged from 12 inches to 20 inches. They’re having luck while bait fishing from the shore or trolling with Jake’s spinners.
SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: (November 01) Anglers report good fishing on the south side of the dam arm. Scofield was stocked with more than 120,000 tiger trout (averaging seven inches long) in October. Try using silver spoons, Kastmasters or jigs, as well as soft plastics. As temperatures continue to drop, some of the large cutthroats should also be biting on crankbaits along the rocky shorelines. Anglers are also catching chubs on worms and spinners.