Here is the latest report on boating waters in Utah for the Labor Day weekend:
Bear Lake - Good launching from Cisco Beach. Boats of any size can launch from make-shift ramp. Boaters should use four-wheel drive vehicle. Rendezvous Beach offering tractor launch service for $10 launch, $10 retrieve. State Park Marina, Sweetwater Marina and First Point ramps closed.Hyrum - Ramp is out of the water. Reservoir 55 percent full.
Willard Bay - Fair launching and boating. Water level at both marina is shallow. Use caution when within 1/2-mile of shore.
Lost Creek - Poor boating and launching. Reservoir 20 percent full.
East Canyon - Only 1 of 3 lanes open for launching. Reservoir 40 percent full.
Rockport - Poor launching and boating. No launching boats over 20 feet.
Deer Creek - Ramp expected to be out of water any day. Launching at Island Resort poor.
Great Salt Lake - Good launching for power boats, poor for sailboats.
Utah Lake - Ramp at Provo Harbor almost out of the water, but gravel has been put at bottom of ramp. Boaters should stay at least 1,000 yards from shore.
Yuba - Poor conditions for boating. Reservoir 10 percent of full.
Scofield - Fair conditions for boating and launching. Rocks are now exposed island in reservoir. It is 15 percent full.
Huntington - Good launching and boating.
Millsite - Excellent boating and launching.
Starvation - Good launching and boating. Water level good and dropping slowly.
Steinaker - Good launching and boating.
Red Fleet - Good launching and boating.
Minersville - Good launching and boating.
Piute - Fair conditions for launching and boating.
Otter Creek - Poor launching and boating. Ramp is out of water. Reservoir 25 percent full.
Gun Lock - Excellent boating and launching.
Quail Creek - Excellent boating and launching.
Lake Powell - Excellent boating and launching.