DWR Southeastern Utah Fishing Report
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Abajo Mountains: Many waters on the Abajo Mountains are either inaccessible by highway vehicles or covered with unstable ice.

Academy Mill Reservoir: Academy Mill Reservoir and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Benches Pond: Benches Pond and many other waters on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Boulger Reservoir: Boulger Reservoir and many others on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Carbon County Community Fishing Pond: The Carbon County Community Fishing Pond was covered with unstable ice on Dec. 7, and access will soon close for the winter.

Cleveland Reservoir: Cleveland Reservoir and many others on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice.

Duck Fork Reservoir: Duck Fork Reservoir and many other waters on the South Manti are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Fairview Lakes: Fairview Lakes and many others on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Ferron Creek: Ferron Creek and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Ferron Reservoir: Ferron Reservoir and many others on the South Manti are covered in unstable ice and inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Gigliotti Pond: Gigliotti Pond was covered with unstable ice as of Dec. 6.

Gooseberry Reservoir: Gooseberry Reservoir and many others on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Grassy Lake: Grassy Lake and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Huntington Game Farm Pond: The Huntington Game Farm has started icing up and will likely be too unstable for ice fishing for the next few weeks.

Huntington Reservoir: Huntington Reservoir and many others on the Manti skyline are covered with unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Joes Valley Reservoir: Fishing has been slow to fair at Joes Valley Reservoir. Anglers have had luck catching splake and cutthroat trout between 12 and 20 inches using a size 4 beadhead black-and-silver crystal bugger on a medium-sinking line. Try also using rapalas, spoons and traditional spinner lures for catching larger trout and tiger muskie.

Knight-Ideal Community Fishing Pond: Access to the Knight-Ideal Community Fishing Pond is closed until March 1.

La Sal Mountains: Many waters on the La Sal Mountains are either inaccessible to highway vehicles or covered with unstable ice.

Lower Fish Creek: Anglers have had good success catching trout and chubs using green soft hackle flies and panther martin spinners.

Miller Flat Reservoir: Miller Flat Reservoir and many others on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Petes Hole: Petes Hole and other waters on the South Manti are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Potters Ponds: Potters Ponds and many other waters on the Manti skyline are covered in unstable ice and possibly inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Scofield Reservoir: The fishing at Scofield has slowed a bit, but anglers are still catching plenty of cutthroat trout using bead head soft hackle flies in black, green and pearl combinations. Bead head crystal buggers in tan, peacock and pearl combinations have also worked well. Chub patterns or other gray soft plastics may also be effective. Much of the shoreline has iced over, but most of the dam cove had open water as of Dec. 6.

Soup Bowl: Soup Bowl and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Willow Lake: Willow Lake and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

Wrigley Springs Reservoir: Wrigley Springs Reservoir and other waters on the South Manti are currently inaccessible to highway vehicles.

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