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Fish Lake Lodge
Utah

“Fish Lake, six miles long and one mile wide, lies in a geologic structure known as a graben valley. It is bounded by the Mytoge Mountains on the south-east shore which rise sharply to over 1,000 feet (300 m) above the lake level. Along the north-west shore, the lake is bounded by Fish Lake Hightop Plateau (elev. ~11,600 ft / ~3,500 m). Based on recent research the lake has an average depth in summer of about 100 ft (30 m) and has been found to be 127 feet (39 m) deep in its deepest known location.

The lake is best known for its sport fishing — particularly its large lake trout (also known as mackinaw). ... The lake is stocked by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources fish hatchery Glenwood. The region sees heavy snowfall in the winter, with snowfall occurring as late as June in any given year. For this reason tourist activity is at its peak in the summer months.”  See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_Lake_(Utah)

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