Location: Browne Lake is located in Dagget County, Utah on the northeastern Uinta Mountains and is part of the Ashley National Forest. From highway UT-44 near Flaming Gorge there will be a sign for Browne Lake/Spirit Lake Lodge. This is road 218. Follow the signs back to the lake. its about 8 miles from UT-44. This is part of the Sheep Creek Drainage.

Fish Species: Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, and Kokanee Salmon

DWR Current Info: The Utah DWR has a somewhat up to date write up.

DWR Historical Info: The following was written in 1964. Browne Lake – 54 acres, average depth 12 feet, maximum depth 25 feet. A large lake stabilized by the Department of Fish and Game as a fish management area. This picturesque body of water sustains populations of cutthroat and brook trout to 5 pounds in weight. It is accessible by
automobile 20 miles from Manila, Utah. Excellent Forest Service campground. Several of the high lakes are reached from this lake.

Camping: American Land and Leisure runs a campground near the lake. Their website has some pictures of the area.

Tributaries: Weyman Creek, Carter Creek, and Beaver Creek

Nearby Places to Fish: Weman Creek, Carter Creek, Beaver Creek, Sheep Creek Lake, Stove Lake, Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Red Lake, Tepee Lakes, Potter Lake, Pollen Lake, Long Park Reservoir.