Panguitch Lake Fishout
June 15, 2019 - June 18, 2019
Panguitch Lake is located 270 miles south of Park City. The word Panguitch means “big fish” in the local Native American language and the lake is full of them. Its 8,400-foot elevation creates a spectacular setting and comfortable summer temperatures. It’s also near Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Zion National Park. Camping and lodging are available nearby. Details on camping, lodging, joint dinners, etc., will be provided later.
Just so you know what you are getting into, a couple of years ago some club members fished Panguitch in mid-May and each caught 30 to 50 fish per day on John Schultz’s Angstrom – so get tying! John’s Angstrom video is on our website.