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Huntington (Mammoth) Reservoir

Huntington Reservoir
Huntington Reservoir


Huntington Reservoir was once known as 'Mammoth Reservoir' because there was a fossil of a wooly mammoth found when doing some excavation work on the dam. It is a beautiful little reservoir in Sanpete County, located only a few miles from Electric Lake. Huntington has had a good population of Tiger Trout for many years now. It can be excellent fishing at certain times of the year, including ice fishing season when you can get access to the reservoir.

Watch out if you go in mid-summer, the bugs and flies can really get annoying. Make sure to bring plenty of DEET mosquito spray when you go here or anywhere else during the summer months.

Note: Don't confuse this with Huntington State Park Reservoir near Huntington, Utah.

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