Six Lakes is an amazing place in the fall months. The fishing is some of the best of the year and the weather is spectacular. Fall fishing is just around the corner and we are excited for this amazing time of year. The morning sunrises and the evening sunsets light up the sky with spectacular colors and reflect off the lakes. It is an amazing experience to be out on the water fishing when the whole sky lights up with a red and orange sunset and the lake reflects the sunset like a mirror. It is the perfect spot for a Utah fall vacation.
The recreation in the fall is endless and families will never run out of things to do. The cool mornings offer great fishing and perfect weather for a bike ride or morning jog. The Loon Lodge kitchen is great for making a big breakfast and relaxing on the deck to watch the sun rise over the lakes. The warm afternoons are great for relaxing by the pool or hot tub or taking a hike around the lakes on the property and looking for deer and other wildlife. The horseshoe pits and volleyball court are also a great place to spend the afternoon having a game. Many guests enjoy spending the afternoons paddling around the lakes on a canoe, rowboat, or on a paddle board. The evenings are an amazing time of day at Six Lakes. The fish feed heavily on the lakes and the sunsets are spectacular. Guests enjoy fishing, relaxing on the deck, soaking in the hot tub, or canoeing on the lake in the evening. No matter what you like to do, the evening time is magical at Six Lakes.
In the fall we see some of the biggest fish of the year. The best way to target these big fish is with woolly buggers and leech patterns. We are often asked how to catch the biggest fish that live in the lakes at Six Lakes. The trick is to come in October and November and spend time working woolly buggers and leeches in the mornings and evenings. The brown and tiger trout especially love to hide around underwater rocks and structure, so focus on those areas. We hope to see you for a Utah fall vacation to enjoy the amazing fishing and outdoor recreation at Six Lakes.