Long Park Reservoir
Mountain reservoir (agricultural draw down by mid-summer) surrounded by lodgepole pine and grasslands. Good wildlife viewing opportunities for elk, deer, moose, birds of prey, small mammals and birds. Surrounding waters have whirling disease. Dry and sterilize waders and other equipment when using this water.
Latest fishing report
Water levels are low in the reservoir. Over the summer, fish surveys showed good numbers of rainbow and brook trout, along with a few tiger trout and grayling. Most fish were consuming chironomids, sow bugs and zooplankton, but larger fish were also consuming smaller fish. Try targeting shallow fish along the shoreline using jigs, spoons and spinners, and if you aren't successful, try changing your lures. (Last update 08-14-18)
- Location: Daggett County in the Uinta Mountains
- Directions: From Hwy 44 (mile 372.5) turn west onto Geological Loop (FSR 218), turn left onto FSR 221 (Spirit Lake turnoff) go ~8 miles to Long Park Road (FSR 14) go ~ 2 miles
- Type: Fishing
- Size: 1,200 acres
- Elevation: 8,650 feet
- Hours: 24/7
- Likely catch: Rainbow Trout
- Possible catch: Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout
- Regulations: To see what statewide or special regulations apply to this waterbody, please read the current Fishing Guidebook.
- Site amenities: Boat ramp, restrooms, nearby primitive camping
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