Directions: Duck Fork Reservoir is located in Sanpete County, Utah and is part of the Manti-La Sal National Forrest. The easiest way to get there is to start from Mayfield, Utah. Take Twelve Mile Canyon up to Twelve Mile Flat. There is a sign for Ferron Reservoir. Once you get close to Ferron Reservoir there is signs for Duck Fork Reservoir. The road is usually impassible from December to June due to snow pack.

Fish Species: Tiger Trout and Colorado River Cutthroat Trout.

Fishing Regulations: Updated for the 2018 fishing season. Duck Fork Reservoir, Limit 2 Tiger Trout. Closed to the possesion of Cutthroat trout or trout with Cutthroat markings. Artificial flies and lures only. Duck Fork Creek and other Tributaries to Duck Fork Reservoir same regulations also closed January 1st 6 a.m. through second Saturday of July.

Other Info: Duck Fork Reservoir is used a brood stock lake for Colorado River Cutthroat. The road goes across the dam so you can drive right up to the water. This is a good lake for float tubers and canoes.

Nearby Areas to Fish: Harmonica Lake, Ferron Reservoir, Cove Lake, Willow Lake, Spinners Reservoir, six mile ponds, Blue Lake, Emerald Lake, Emery Reservoir, Snow Lake, Wrigley Reservoir

Duck Fork Reservoir
Duck Fork Reservoir