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The lake can be approached from all directions. Coming from the North Highway 191 from Rock Springs is best. From the South, 191 from Vernal.
From Salt Lake either interstate 80 to Fort Bridger, Green River or Rock Springs. Check maps to follow the routes.
Highway 40 from the South running West to East from either Denver or Salt Lake.
While you are fishing there will be a chance to look up and witness some especially stunning scenery. Most of our fishing is on the Utah end of the Lake, which means we will be in very deep canyons of red rock, hence the name Flaming Gorge. Our trips are based out of Dutch John, Utah which is closest to the Dam.
While boating the lake opportunities of spotting wild game are frequent. You will have chances to see many Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep, Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bears, Mountain Lions, Bobcats, Foxes, Coyotes, Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Osprey, Red Tail Hawk, Turkey Vultures, and so many other smaller animals and Birds.
Our location is in the small town of Dutch John which resides just 3 miles north of the Dam on the East side of the Reservoir.
Our trips mostly meet at the Mustang Ridge Boat Ramp, it’s turnoff is on highway 191, 1 and ¾ miles north of Dutch John. The Ramp is past the very nice Campground of the same name and at the end of the road.
To get your Fishing lic. on line click on the Natural Resources sign and follow their directions.
Traveling to the lake