These alpine reservoirs lie at an elevation close to 10,000 feet. They support rainbow, brook and brown trout and are heavily stocked due to easy accessibility from Forest Road 742. The fishing in the Pot Holes is rated as fair by the Forest Service. Campgrounds exist above and below the lakes, but there is no camping around the lakes.
Directions from Taylor Park Reservoir: Travel to the north end of the reservoir on Forest Road 742. Continue traveling passed Rivers End and Dinner Station Campgrounds. Two miles northwest of Dinner Station Campground you'll find the Pot Holes on the eastern side of Taylor River Road.
Late May through September .