Yellowjacket Lake

Anglers should target rainbow trout early in the season before aquatic vegetation make angling more challenging or in the late summer/early fall, when vegetation clears out. After aquatic vegetation get established, some of the best fishing is either from boats in open water or off the east shore where the shoreline drops off quickly. Anglers are successful using a variety of spinners and flies, various commercial bait and worms In most years there is sufficient ice on the lake for ice fishing, however, vehicular access in winter may be limited. There is only one unimproved gravel boat ramp and extensive shore line access. Although there is no official ADA access, the boat ramp and adjacent parking area are low gradient and have firm gravel.