Great Basin National Park (Ely)
Five different kinds of trout inhabit the waters in the park, including Bonneville cutthroat (a native species), Lahontan cutthroat, rainbow, brook and brown. Anglers will find self-sustaining populations of trout in Baker Lake, as well as in Lehman, Baker, Snake, Strawberry and Shingle Creeks. Stella, Johnson, Teresa, Brown and Dead Lakes do not contain fish.
Getting There: Great Basin National Park is located 68 miles east of Ely. From U.S. Hwy. 6 & 50, turn south on Nevada State Hwy. 487 and trael 5 miles to baker. In Baker, turn west on Hwy. 488 and travel 5 miles to the park.
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