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Copeland Lake - RMNP
Copeland Lake is one the few drive-by lakes in the Park and offers anglers a chance at brook and rainbow trout.
Sandbeach Lake - RMNP
Sandbeach Lake is a perfect day hike and has always been one of the Park's classic greenback fisheries.
Box Lake & Drainage - RMNP
A rather rigorous off-trail trek brings you to Box Lake, a small lake over-loaded with brook trout
Thunder Lake - RMNP
The trail's namesake is one of the finest greenback cutthroat fisheries in the Park. And it's one of the most scenic too.
Pear Lake & Creek - RMNP
Pear Lake is a good Greenback fishery before the sun rises and after the sun is blocked by Mount Copeland. Pear Creek is like any other creek in the Park.
Hutcheson Lakes - RMNP
The Hutcheson Lakes offer anglers good opportunities for eager greenback cutthroats and even a chance to glimpse some bighorn sheep.
Ouzel Lake - RMNP
One of the four lakes in the Park which contains brookies and greenback cutthroat, Ouzel Lake is the most prolific with sizable populations of both.
Gibraltar Lakes - IPWA
The hefty off-trail hike to the Gibraltar Lakes will keep some away, but for those wanting adventure, the effort is rewarded.
Lake Envy - IPWA
After the energizing hike to Gibraltar, looking up easterly to the saddle where Envy hides may be daunting, but the trek is short and the approach isn''t as bad as one would think.
Red Deer Lake - IPWA
The food rich lake is plentiful with brook trout and the occasional cutthroat.
Coney Lakes - IPWA
Both beautiful cutthroat and vistas are available at these lakes if you're willing to make the hike.
Pony Lake - IPWA
A great spot to meet other alpine lovers and for little ones to try out fly fishing.
Mitchell Lakes - IPWA
Mitchell Lake is a relatively shallow meadow lake mostly inhabited by brook trout, but also has some cutthroats.
Blue Lakes - IPWA
These high mountain lakes don't ice out till July, but when they do, you'll have some fun with some cutties.