Navajo Reservoir is located in Southern Utah. It is a beautiful natural lake with no outlet, surrounded by pine forests. It was formed when a lava floe cut off a canyon. The water runs underground and actually comes up in two separate drainages, Duck Creek (Sevier River, Great Basin) and the Virgin River Drainage (Colorado River, Gulf of California). A dike was built across a portion of the lake to raise the level for water storage and irrigation. It can produce some excellent trout fishing at times.
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