I am so sorry, but I told the guys that I wouldn't disclose to any more people the location of this small reservoir (NO, it is not Birch Creek), and I need to stick to my word. Some of you might guess. It is out of the way (2 hour drive for me) and when most people think ice fishing they go to Scofield or Huntington or Strawberry and pass up these types of places. It has mostly rainbows and good sized Cutts, but also a few BIG tigers. This year is my first year fishing it after I was lucky enough to have a couple guys tell me where it was, what they were using, and at what depth the fish come through at, I had good success. I've been twice. First time I was the only one on the entire reservoir and the fishing was super fast. I ended up landing 10 fish. Twice I caught two fish at a time, releasing most of them. I also hooked up with a giant Tiger but was not able to land him, but saw it at the hole a couple times and I am sure it would've been several pounds. Word is that state record Tiger trout lurk here. Second time it was very slow but landed my biggest Tiger yet, didn't measure and just got a picture to release it quickly. It was substantially larger than my 17 incher I caught on the first trip, so my guess is around 20 inches. Its a small reservoir to hold so many big fish, but it gets alot of run-off and plenty of forage. The best lure is not a tiny ice fly here, I use a large glow in the dark tube jig tipped with a hole chub minnow. After lots of missed strikes and stolen minnows I decided to also place a small treble stinger hook on the jig as well. A similar rig up is also the ticket at Huntington for Tiger Trout. Those guys are fish eaters.