Where to Fish Triangle Lake


This lake has been known to produce some really large Cutts. 2016 FWP sample caught nice size YCT, not huge. YCT have been found living to 10 years old here.

Size: 6.3 acres
Elevation: 10,453.4 ft
Directions: West fork Rock Creek Trail #1 7 miles almost to Sundance pass. Then west uphill through one of two chutes. Up the outlet stream not recommended.
Status of the Fishery:
Township/Range/Section: 08S 17E 23
Latitude/Longitude: 45.11942 -109.59152
FWP Region: Region 5 
County: Carbon
Fishing District: Central
Type: MTNLAKE
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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 Agency
Year Angler Days Std. Error
2017 210 209
2013 90 90
2011 107 107
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