Fishing and Boating
Coffee Pot Lake (317 acres): This enlargement of Lake
Creek, stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, perch and catfish, is about 13 miles west of Harrington. Boat launching and limited camping are available. This lake provides a quality angling and wildlife-viewing opportunity, with excellent fly-fishing.
Twin Lakes Recreation Area
Approximately 17 miles west of Harrington
Upper Twin Lakes Fishing
Upper Twin Lake is located in the Lake Creek drainage west of Harrington. This year round open season location has access provided by the Bureau of Land Management. Upper Twin is stocked with fry and catchable-size rainbow trout, and also has good populations of largemouth bass and black crappie.
Lower Twin Lakes Fishing
The lake is primarily a warmwater fishery with populations of largemouth bass, crappie, pumpkinseed sunfish and yellow perch. With a maximum depth of only 9 feet, the lake is best for fishing in the spring and early summer
Crab Creek/Goose Butte/Rocky Ford South of Harrington on the Harringon-Tokio (Hills) Rd. is BLM land access to a portion of Crab Creek. Not noted on many fishing maps, but trout fisherman seem to frequent the stream.
Depending on which access, Lake Roosevelt is within 45 to 90 minutes
Aquatic Invasive Species Boat Self-Certification Form
IMPORTANT! Required for Lake Roosevelt