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    Anyone Fished in the Flat Tops Wilderness.

    I'm gonna be there in August Early September this year for a family reunion. I wonder if the fishin is good in the Wilderness? Thanks
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    Flat Tops is big area. Give me an idea of where you want to be.

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    Trapper Lake is where we'll be staying, Thanks for any info Dan!!
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    Trappers Lake itself is pretty good fishing but you will be around people. If you are up for a hike, most of the lakes around there are good. Skinny Fish is a little to the North of Trappers and about 1 1/2 hr hike. It used to have some good size Brookies. Packing a float tube is usually well worth the effort. I do fly rod or spinners (yellow Panther Martin). I would love to spend the summer up there as there are so many lakes, so little time....

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    Thanks Dan i appreciate the info a bunch!!
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    Last year we hunted above sweetwater lake which is almost due south of trappers lake. there is a little lake called hack lake northeast of sweetwater lake. you can go hwy 150/sweetwater rd. past 7 w ranch and then make a right to head up a draw. maybe about a 2 mile hike up to hack lake. its only about an acre or two, but trout everywhere (i dont know how much of a challenge it would be). there is a little rustic one room cabin up there too. it is beautiful and i bet it rarely gets much heavy fishing pressure.

 

 

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