Where to Fish Big Park Lake


Fishery is part of the creek environment. No additional management needed as reproduction appears good. This lake (slough) is right on the trail but the shoreline is very marshy. No golden trout seen or sampled in 1990. Fish have moved downstream From Lakes above. '90 fish were fat. 11 YCT angled in 2012 .5 hrs. x 2

Size 7.8 acres
Elevation 8393.52 ft.
Directions The lake is a wide spot at the confluence of east rosebud and Granite Creeks 12 miles from east rosebud lake.
Status of the Fishery
Township/Range/Section 08S 16E 14
Latitude/Longitude 45.12503 -109.72215
FWP Region Region 5 
County Carbon
Fishing District Central
Type: MTNLAKE
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There is no fish consumption advisory for this waterbody.