Located about four miles southeast of Granite Falls. Open to fishing year-round, but access is often restricted in the spring by snowpack. To access the lake anglers must hike or bike a little over 3 miles on a logging road. Once there, they will find fair-to-good fishing for naturally produced cutthroat and eastern brook trout, typically 8 to 11 inches long. This lake has unusual depth for a small lake, surveyed at 107 feet deep.
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