The lake is at 703 surface acres with a surface elevation of 6182.28. Surface water temps around 45 degrees.
South Shore fishermen are catching trout on homemade dough bait, powerbait (greencolor) and worms all along shore, which has been decent with all species of fish.
Reilly Canyon: the river has slowed down to a trickle and heavy willows/vegetation has emerged around the lake. The most action for fish is occurring in the early mornings and
Boaters have done well targeting walleye. Smallmouth caught in morning and afternoon. Trout are caught during all hours. Worm harnesses and crank baits have worked well.
***ALL BOATS MUST BE INSPECTED PRIOR TO LAUNCHING
New Zealand Mud Snails have been located in the lake ******
BOATING ALERT: Due to water being released, boaters be aware of underwater hazards. Not all hazards will be marked.