Utah State Parks reservoir conditions report: ice fishing still safe on most high and mid-elevation reservoirs
Published: March 8, 2013 02:36PM
Updated: February 25, 2013 01:19PM

Most high and mid-elevation Utah reservoirs still have enough ice for ice fishing. But always use caution.

Here's the Utah State Parks reservoir conditions report for the week of Feb. 25

Bear Lake State Park Marina: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Bear Lake First Point: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Bear Lake Rainbow Cove: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Bear Lake Rendezvous Beach: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Deer Creek State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice with small amount of open water
East Canyon State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Wide Hollow at Escalante State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Great Salt Lake State Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/24 degrees
Gunlock State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED FOR SEASON
Huntington State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Hyrum Lake State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Jordanelle State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ six inches of ice
Millsite State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Otter Creek State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice, but watch for soft edges
Palisade State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Piute State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Quail Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/42 degrees
Red Fleet State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/14 inches of ice
Rockport State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/18 inches of ice
Sand Hollow State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/44 degrees
Scofield State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Starvation State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/12 to 24 inches of ice
Steinaker State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/16 inches of ice
Utah Lake State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/five inches of ice in marina
Willard Bay State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Yuba State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/eight to 12 inches of ice

Utah State Parks is the state boating authority, providing access, education, and search and rescue on Utah’s boating waters.