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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

Fair to GoodGelattLaramie Plains LakesWyoming

Gelatt Lake 3/23/22

Gelatt has ice on about 85% of the lake but was open from the aerator south all the way to the boat ramp. About 35 yards of shoreline are fishable around the boat ramp/ parking area. There is also a small open section starting on the north shore.
March 23, 2022
FairGelattLaramie Plains LakesWyoming

Gelatt Lake 12/18/21

1"-5.5" of ice. The lake had about 5" of ice off the boat ramp to at least 20 yards out. Past that ice looked newer and didn't venture out. Open water in the middle from the aerator to the east for about 70 yards and a small open area on the south shore halfway from the boat ramp to the other parking area. No fisherman out around noon.
December 18, 2021
FairGelattLaramie Plains LakesWyoming

Gelatt Lake 12/11/21

Gelatt was about 95% covered with a small section open on the west end. Ice is very choppy on both the east and west ends of the lake. The open section wasn't promising with the current winds but hope it holds and starts building. No one out on it yet and no evidence of anyone gutsy enough to test yet.
December 11, 2021
Slow to FairGelattLaramie Plains LakesWyoming

Gelatt Lake 9/7/21

The fishing is Slow to Fair right now.  Fishing is starting to recover after the kill and we've heard of multiple people catching fish out of the lake.   Best flies right now: Eyed Hornberg, BWO, Chan's Red Leech Best Lures: Green/Gold Panther Martin, Gold/Silver Thomas Colorado Best Baits: Worms, Chartreuse or Spring Green Powerbait
September 7, 2021
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