Fishing Report for Southeastern Utah, March 16, 2012

ABAJO MOUNTAINS: (March 09) Conservation Officer Dennis Shumway reports that fishing is generally slow in San Juan County. Some anglers were fishing Blanding #4 with lures. Recapture Reservoir is about 2/3 open water. Blanding #3, Foy, Monticello and Lloyds Lake are all still covered in ice. Anglers have not been fishing at ice-covered lakes and reservoirs.

ACADEMY MILL RESERVOIR: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

BLUE LAKE: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

CARBON COUNTY COMMUNITY FISHING POND: (March 16) The ice is off and anglers are reporting good fishing success using salmon eggs, worms or PowerBait.

CLEVELAND RESERVOIR: (March 16) Conservation Officer Ben Stearns reports thick ice. Ice-off isn't expected until April.

DUCK FORK RESERVOIR: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

FERRON RESERVOIR: (March 09) All fish were removed last fall. Restocking will not recur until June.

GIGLIOTTI POND: (March 16) The pond is ice-free and fishing has been good with worms, salmon eggs and PowerBait.

GOOSEBERRY RESERVOIR: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

GRASSY LAKE: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

HUNTINGTON NORTH RESERVOIR: (March 16) State Park Manager Dan Richards reports that the ice is too thin to support anglers. Ice-off should happen within the week.

HUNTINGTON RESERVOIR: (March 16) The ice is very thick. Ice-off isn't expected until late April.

JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR: (March 16) Ice-off isn't expected for several weeks.

LA SAL MOUNTAINS: (March 09) Conservation Officer TJ Robertson reports that Kens Lake remained open all winter long. You can only access the La Sal Mountain lakes by snow machine.

MILLER FLAT RESERVOIR: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

MILLSITE RESERVOIR & STATE PARK: (March 16) Anglers report good fishing. The banks are open and you can launch boats.

PETES HOLE: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

POTTERS PONDS: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: (March 16) Conservation Officer Devin Christensen reports that the ice is about 25 inches thick. Fishing success has slowed down. For rainbow trout, Devin suggests fishing in shallow water with green PowerBait. Green jigs tipped with chub meat have not been as effective this week.

SOUP BOWL: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

WILLOW LAKE: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

WRIGLEY SPRINGS RESERVOIR: (March 05) Access to this high elevation water is prohibited by snow.

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