Location: Moon Lake is located in Duchesne County, Utah and is part of the Ashley National Forest. The lake is part of the South Slope of the High Uintas. From Duchesne, Utah, take Highway 87 north to Mountain Home, then travel on County Road to Forest Service Road #131. The Moon Lake Resort webpage recommends you don't speed near Duchesne.
Fish Species: Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout, Splake, Kokanee Salmon, Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, and Arctic Grayling.
Fishing Regulations: Updated for the 2021 fishing season. Limit 4 trout only two may be Splake. Anglers may not possess kokanee salmon from Sept. 10 through Nov. 30.
History: There is a myth that the lake has no bottom and this is the deepest lake in Utah. This is a popular myth of about 20 lakes in Utah so of course it can't be true for each. There is a myth that there are two Spanish cannons at the bottom of the lake. Stories have been passed down for decades about the Moon Lake Monster. There are several books that talk about Spanish gold mines in the area.
Nearby Areas to Fish: Atwine Lake, Big Dog Lake, Brown Duck Lake, Aspen Lake, Little Dog Lake, Kidney Lake, Island Lake, Toquer Lake, Twin Pots Reservoir, Water Lilly Lake, Towroose Lake, Clements Lake, Rudolph Lake,