|Directions||Although this lake is geographically close to the city of Missoula, access is very difficult. There are several USFS routes from which to choose. Route distance and difficulty vary, but all require non-motorized travel. Common starting points are the trailheads at West Fork Gold Creek (Trail # 52), Revine Creek in lower Grant Creek (Trail # 34), or in lower Rattlesnake Creek at the main Rattlesnake National Recreation Area trailhead (Gated Road #99). Please refer to USFS maps for specific travel routes and connecting trail numbers. Regardless of the route, travel to the lake from the trail system will require strenuous hiking over steep, difficult terrain. Total travel distance from trailheads to lake ranges from 7-19 miles.|
|Status of the Fishery|
|Township/Range/Section||14N 18W 5|
|FWP Region||Region 2|
|Waterbody||Section||Field Form Type||Date||Purpose||Species|
|Id||Fcs Id||Fnd Id||Species||Year||Species Abbrv||Length||Weight||M/C||Count||Sex||Mort||Hook Scar||Disease||Scales||Otolith||Fin Clip||Tag||Comment||Genetics||Age||Stomach||Intercept||Slope||Gear||Equipment||Trip||Date||Pass/Run||Water||Section||Lat/Down||Lon/Down||Lat/Up||Lon/Up|
No fishing pressure information found.
No Gauging Stations found.
There is no fish consumption advisory for this waterbody.