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Gelatt Lake

Description

At 34 acres Gelatt is the smallest of the main Plains Lakes. Grayling where stocked int the lake a couple years back and we are seeing some good size to them as well as the trout. The easiest access to the Plains Lakes is 8.5 miles from the Fly Store down Highway 230 at Pahlow Lane. Please be mindful of your speeds on the access roads to the lakes.

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Recent Reports

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Gelatt Lake 3-25-21

Gelatt was 70%+ open water with plenty of fishable area from shore. Boat ramp was clear of ice. East end was still capped with ice and a small amount of ice was still left on the West end. Fishing was fair to good before ice started to come off.  
March 25, 2021
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Gellat

Fishing is fair to good! Flies: chartreuse copper johns, chironomids, hot-headed leeches, wooly buggers in olive or brown, amphipods, and damsel nymphs Lures: kastmasters with red, gold, silver, or pink; rooster tails (rainbow patterns and gold); rapalas (rainbow or brown trout patterns) Bait: night crawlers
May 8, 2020
Fair to GoodGelattLaramie Plains LakesWyoming

Gelatt lake 11-27-19

Ice is 3"-5" maybe a bit more on west end and less by boat ramp. Fishermen out on a hit about 35 yards from shore where it seemed to start thinning out to 4". Some soft slush around shore. As always conditions can change quick so use best judgment and be safe.
November 27, 2019
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