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BEAR LAKE: Biologist Scott Tolentino completed an extensive habitat resporation project on Big Spring Creek to protect spawning habitat there. Check out the video at wildlife.utah.gov. Surface water temperature at Bear Lake is 43° F. The ramps at Cisco Beach and the Bear Lake State Park Marina are the only places available for launching boats. For real-time weather (wind speed, water temp, air temp, lake elevation) see BearLakeWatch.com. For those interested, GPS coordinates for the new rockpiles using WGS84 datum going from south to north are: N41° 58.097 min, W111° 23.682 min; N41° 58.187 min, W111° 23.728 min; N41° 58.292 min, W111° 23.765 min; N41° 58.418 min, W111° 23.798 min.

HYRUM RESERVOIR: Very light fishing activity and fair fishing for nice rainbows up to 17 inches. Anglers interviewed on Dec. 5 had success using cheese.

LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS: The ponds at this wildlife management area have been stocked with rainbow trout. It is a bit of a drive to get to, but a nice "drive in the country." The road is graveled from Snowville for the North access route and graveled from th Golden Spike National Monument route from the south.

MANTUA RESERVOIR: No fishing activity and no ice yet. Anglers had been consistently catching trout in the "channel" area in the southeast section of the reservoir in the late summer. Now might be a very good time to target trout at Mantua. The reservoir was last stocked with trout in late September.

NEWTON RESERVOIR: The water level is right at the last cement pad on the boat ramp.
 
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