All the ice has melted off the lakes at Six Lakes. Several groups have come and fished the last two weeks with great success. We see a lot of tiger trout and colorful rainbows come out of the lakes in April. The fishing gets better and better as the water warms in April and the fish get more active. Late April and all of May are excellent fishing and one of the best times of the year to be at Six Lakes fishing.
Fishing white, brown, or black woolly buggers, leeches, and jigs is a great way to catch big fish in the spring at Six Lakes. Fish are typically swimming deeper in March and April and working jigs and leeches deep and slowly will get more action and catch more fish.
There is lots to do in the spring at Six Lakes. Families will have a great time fishing, canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, playing horseshoes, and relaxing in the hot tub. The endless recreation at Six Lakes provides lots of fun for everyone in the family.
The cabins at Six Lakes are perfect for any size group. Small groups can rent a very affordable single-bedroom cabin for groups under six people. Groups between six and fifteen people can rent out the four-bedroom Eagle Cabin. Groups up to 20 people can rent the five-bedroom Loon Lodge. Large groups over 20 people can rent multiple cabins to fit their needs. Very large groups can rent the entire Six lakes property and have the entire place all to themselves. This is a great option for large family reunions or group retreats.
Six Lakes is one of our favorite places on earth to relax in privacy and seclusion. For your next Utah private group retreat, come and watch the sun rise over the lakes in the morning, play all day on the water, and watch the sun set over the lakes as you relax in the hot tub!