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Fishing: Colorado > White River National Forest > Blanco Ranger District

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Island Lake

Elevation: 11,100 Feet (3460.1 Meters)
Size: 64 Surface Acres


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General Description

The Island Lakes offer Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout fishing.

Directions from Meeker: 51 miles east of Meeker take State Highway 13 for 1 mile, turn right onto County Road 8 for 39 miles, then turn right on the Trappers Lake Road for ten miles to Trappers Lake Trail #1816. Follow the Trappers Lake Trail #1816 for 5 miles to the Island Lakes Trail #1836. Follow the Island Lakes Trail for 2 miles to Island Lakes.



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Open Updated: 2000-05-26 17:42:00.0


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Cold Water Fishing Fish Species: Rainbow Trout and Cutthroat Trout
ICON Lakes & Reservoirs Island Lake
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Related Activities
Island Lake Trail (west end) - The Island Lake Trail begins along Trappers Lake Trail, heads generally east to the Island Lake basin and eventually to Stump Park, on the east end of the Flat Tops.

Trappers Lake Trail - This trail leads from south of Trappers Lake, up Fraser Creek and up onto the Flat Tops Plateau. It continues across the Flat Tops Wilderness to Indian Camp Pass, north of Deep Lake.



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