Fish Lake has the distinction of being the largest natural mountain lake in the state. At 8,800 feet of elevation, it extends 5 miles in length and 1 mile in width. Because of it’s comparative small size and the fact that it’s located 45 minutes from the nearest interstate, the crowds are kept to a minimum–an outdoorsman’s paradise.
True to it’s namesake, Fish Lake has some serious fishing. Cabin owners can fish from the bank or a boat, regularly pulling in Rainbow, Splake, Brown, and Mackinaw Lake Trout. The lake is especially famous for it’s 20-30 pound Mackies, although Rainbows and Splakes are definitely more common. The Utah Department of Wildlife Resources estimated that it sees 80,000 to 100,000 angler hours of recreation each year, as one of the most popular fisheries in the state.
If you would like to own a cabin in this truly unique and enchanting part of Utah, then it’s time for a closer look. While the inventory of available Fish Lake cabins for sale is somewhat limited, there are usually several other properties off the MLS that we know of. Send us a quick email, and we’ll send you back the best properties we’ve come across.