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Scofield Lake Sponsored by
Date 19-Apr-15
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Conditions : SCOFIELD RESERVOIR: The reservoir is completely ice-free. Traditionally, some of the best fishing of the year occurs at this time, but that hasn't been the case this year. On April 6, Tom Robertshaw's party of three caught only chubs during their day of fishing. On April 3, one thread posted on BigFishTackle.com reported that a party of five caught 20 cutthroat trout. One tiger trout was also caught; it measured 24 inches and weighed 5.5 pounds. The party had been fishing with sucker meat and lures. DWR Aquatics Technician Mike Ault, who conducts regular creel surveys, describes fishing as slow. Mike indicated that the best fishing is at the mouth of the dam cove. The south side is best. Most of the trout that Mike checks are skinny cutthroats that range from 12–15 inches. On April 4, Mike checked a tiger trout caught on chub meat. It weighed 8.5 pounds and measured 27 inches. Anglers will have the best success while fishing from a boat. Try using chub meat, spoons, crankbaits, plastic grubs, nightcrawlers and fish eggs.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R


Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout

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About: - Scofield State Park is situated 7,600 feet above sea level in the Manti-LaSal Mountains of the Wasatch Plateau. The 2,800-acre lake offers excellent boating and year-round fishing.

Three state-owned facilities are available. Mountain View, located six miles north of the town of Scofield, offers a 34-unit campground, modern restrooms, hot showers, fish cleaning and sanitary disposal stations, group use areas, and boat launch ramp

Scofield Lake - approximately 100 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. From Salt Lake City, take I-15 South to the Spanish Fork / Highway 6 Exit and travel east up Spanish Fork Canyon, then go south on Highway 96 to Scofield State Par


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