Where to Fish Gold Lake

Gold Lake Gold Lake


Gold Lake is a very small (1.9 acres), remote forested cirque lake located in the Deer Creek drainage (St. Regis River) at 5,970 ft elevation. The lake lies on the Lolo National Forest (Superior Ranger District).

Size 1.9 acres
Elevation 5970.0 ft.
Directions Access to Gold Lake can most easily be obtained by taking the DeBorgia exit from Interstate Highway 90, west of St. Regis. Take USFS Road #236 (Deer Creek Road) southwest ~ 5.5 miles, then go left onto USFS Road #3818. Take this road for ~ 1.1 miles to the end (gate). Hike the gated road another ~ 0.25 mile and it will cross a small, densely wooded drainage. Gold Lake can be reached by hiking (off trail) up the drainage for ~ 1.2 miles.
Status of the Fishery
Township/Range/Section 18N 30W 23
Latitude/Longitude 47.3012439539 -115.379453519
FWP Region Region 2 
County Mineral
Fishing District Western

Main Contact

William Knotek
Fisheries Biologist
lknotek@mt.gov
(406) 542-5506
Missoula
Region 2


Manager

Patrick Saffel
Fisheries Manager
psaffel@mt.gov
(406) 542-5507
Missoula
Region 2

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For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
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