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Quail Creek Reservoir (Quail Lake)


Beautiful Quail Creek Reservoir
Beautiful Quail Creek Reservoir
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Description:

Quail Creek is located just minutes from St. George, Utah in Washington County. It has a healthy population of Largemouth Bass as well as abundant bluegill. Black Crappie are a little harder to find but grow to a large size and are fun to catch. In the cooler months, you can find some good Rainbow Trout fishing here as well.

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 12/7/2016

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open     NO FIREWORKS allowed in state parks.
Surface: Open
Launch Ramp: Conditions are great.  The water level is dropping.(EFFECTIVE Labor Day – October: BOAT RAMP HOURS Monday – Friday 7 AM to 10:00 AM and 3 Pm- 7 PM Saturday – Sunday 7Am- 7 Pm)    South launch ramp is closed.
Campground: Open.
Fires:  At this time there are no fire restrictions.  All fires must be in designated fire rings in the campground.
Water Temp: 66 Degrees as of 11/01/16
Water Level: Water levels have dropped.  Be careful within 150 feet of shore.  The north end of the lake is now shallower than its been in several months.  Main boat ramp is open.  South ramp is closed.
Fishing Conditions: utahfishinginfo.com/dwr/fishingreports.php   Conditions are fair right now.
Additional Fishing Info:  Boat ramp is open Monday – Sunday 7 AM to 10:00 AM and 3 PM – 5 PM through February.
All out of state boats will be inspected before launching. Boats requiring decontamination must go to Sand Hollow State Park.  Fishing has been good in the evenings.

Road Conditions: Good

All ski/wake boats must have drained and dry tanks/bags.  Expect longer wait times for decontamination at Sand Hollow because of increased weekend traffic.

Other Information: .

Check out paddle boarding at Quail Creek.  http://digpaddlesports.com/     Rent paddle boards at the park and get everything you need on sight.

Launching conditions at the main ramp are great.  Be careful within 50 feet of shore line for submerged trees around reservoir.

Remember to check your boat registration and bow numbers before bringing your boat out.

All fires must be contained within existing fire rings located in the campground.  Conditions are very dry so please use caution.  NO FIREWORKS in the park.

Last Updated: 11-1-16

Don"t forget to visit nearby Sand Hollow Reservoir as well for more excellent bass and bluegill fishing.

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