Directions: Follow highway 40 to Vernal, then 191 north towards Flaming Gorge. About 20 miles from town take dirt road east for about 8 miles, then north for 4 more to reservoir.

Description: This is a lower elevation reservoir surrounded by sagebrush flats and open country. Reservoir is about 5o surface acres. Road into reservoir is dirt, but can be easily traveled by passenger car.

Fish: Rainbow

Details: This is a rich lake so fish tend to grow a little faster. Some of the best fishing is around dam area. Fish from shore with the traditional baits and from boats try the hardware. Also might try fishing the narrows section of the reservoir, which is a rocky area, with baits. Good from ice-out to ice-up.

What works: Traditional baits are always good for rainbow - night crawler, salmon eggs, cheeses and power baits. Also try trolling pop gear and worm or flatfish. Good plact to try small spinners like Jake's spine-a-lure panther martin and mepps.

Notes: This is a small lake that does not get a lot of pressure, but is noted for producing larger thatn usual trout. There is a launce ramp on the reservoir. Only primitive camping is available around the reservoir, but ther is good camping is available along nearby road to Flaming Gorge. Red Fleet and Steinaker reservoirs are also nearby. Also close to Brown's Park Wildlife Management Area and the Green River.