Author Topic: Michigan to Utah  (Read 570 times)

Offline IceinKzoo

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Michigan to Utah
« on: Dec 17, 2019, 02:55 AM »
Just moved from Michigan to Logan.  Hoping to continue my love for ice fishing here.  Officially updated my iceshanty profile to Utah.  Besides Mantua and Porcupine are there any other good lakes by Logan?  Thanks!!

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Re: Michigan to Utah
« Reply #1 on: Dec 17, 2019, 06:50 AM »
Welcome from another Michigander.  I'm down in the Ogden area and have been here since 1977.  I absolutely love my birth state, but could never go back there to live.  Just went back there last summer for a family/friends visit for 10 days.  My 60th High School Reunion is next year, but I'm sure if I will attend or not.  As to ice fishing, there's Hyrum and Newton within less than 30 minutes from Logan as well.  And just north of you in Idaho you will find several good lakes less than an hour away.  Again, welcome; looking forward to your posts.
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Offline HardH20Fishin

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Re: Michigan to Utah
« Reply #2 on: Dec 18, 2019, 12:03 AM »
Welcome to Utah! Aside from the ones dubob noted, there are a number of other good ones withing about 1.5hrs of Logan......Pineview, Lost Creek, Causey, Echo, East Canyon.

Then, there are others a bit farther, but totally worth the drive at least once or twice a year....Strawberry, Rockport, Scofield, Starvation...

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Offline Bryce

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Re: Michigan to Utah
« Reply #3 on: Dec 18, 2019, 08:20 PM »
Welcome.  The majority of the lakes have been mentioned.  The only other close one is Willard.  Most have a fair mix of species.  Some better than others depending on what species you want to target.

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Re: Michigan to Utah
« Reply #4 on: Dec 19, 2019, 12:33 PM »
Welcome to the shanty iceinkzoo, all the places mentioned are good places to start at and as mentioned don't forget just over the boarded there. There's quite a few lakes around Preston that I would love to fish if I lived closer. Heck might even start buying an out of state season license for Idaho again. 
         

 



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