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Panguitch Lake Sponsored by
Date 16-Oct-14
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Conditions : PANGUITCH LAKE: Fishing varies from slow to good depending on the technique. Fly anglers fishing from boats and tubes report the best fishing for rainbows up to 17 inches. Trolling and bait fishing from boats or the shore is producing fair to good results for rainbow and small cutthroat trout. A few large cutthroat are moving in shallow and you can catch them with cut bait and frozen minnows. Fishing slows down for all techniques through the middle of the day. Look for more cutthroat and tiger trout to move in to the shore over the next few weeks. Weeds and algae are dying off and piling up on some shorelines, but this should start to clear out in coming weeks.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Cutrhroat Trout
  • Utah Chubs

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About: - Panguitch Lake is located in south central Utah and sits at an elevation of 8,400 feet and is adjacent to Scenic Highway 143 between the towns of Panguitch and Brian Head, Utah. The word "Panguitch" comes from the local native American Indians and means "Big Fish". The Lake has approximately 10 miles of shoreline and is ideal for year-round fishing. In the summer you find excellent fishing for some of the largest rainbow trout in Utah. (more on Panguitch Lake)

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