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Date 14-Apr-18
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Conditions : Bear Lake: It's a good time of year to fish at Bear Lake, according to reports from local anglers. Anglers are catching lake and cutthroat trout. Cutthroats are starting to show some nice color. Around this time of year, Bear Lake sculpin begin moving to the shallows. This means that, besides the typical jigging and trolling methods you might use at the lake, you might have success fishing from the shore.

Try fishing at the north end of the lake, 1st and 2nd Point, or Cisco Beach. If you are jigging for trout, use tube jigs or swim baits in various colors in 1/2- to one-ounce sizes, three to six inches in length and tipped with cisco, sucker meat or Gulp minnows. If you are trolling, use minnow-type lures in sizes #9-13 and flatfish in size U-20 or larger.

Reported by: Pugstones


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About: - You expect a lake to be blue, but turquoise? That’s the color of Bear Lake, the 20-mile-long body of water that straddles the Idaho-Utah border.

Tips
Ask park rangers about nearby Minnetonka Cave, operated by the US Forest Service.

Other Articles Bear River National Wildlife Refuge, Bear Lake's Cisco, Joy or a Curse?

  • Cutthroat
  • Lake Trout
  • Rainbow

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