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Lakes in San Juan County Utah

Place USGS Topo Map
Beaver Lake Mount Peale
Blanding City Number Three Reservoir Blanding North
Blanding City Reservoirs Blanding North
Blue Creek Reservoir Mount Linnaeus
Blue Lake Mount Peale
Buckley Lake Red House Spring
Cajon Lake Ruin Point
Camp Jackson Reservoir Abajo Peak
CCC Reservoir Hatch Rock
Clark Lake Mount Tukuhnikivatz
Cooper Reservoir Warren Canyon
Cottonwood Lake Gray Spot Rock
Dark Canyon Lake Mount Peale
Dry Wash Number Two Reservoir Mount Linnaeus
Dry Wash Reservoir Mount Linnaeus
Duck Lake Poison Canyon
Dugout Reservoir Harts Point South
Gordon Reservoir Monticello Lake
Horse Canyon Reservoir Big Bench
Horse Tanks Copper Point
Iron Springs Reservoir Eastland NW
Keller Reservoir Monticello North
Kens Lake Kane Springs
Little Rock Reservoir Hatch Rock
Lloyds Lake Monticello South
Lower Bankhead Reservoir La Sal West
Medicine Lakes Mount Peale
Monticello City Number One Reservoir Monticello South
Monticello Lake Monticello Lake
Nancys Pool Whirlwind Draw
Race Track Reservoir Monticello Lake
Rattlesnake Ranch Number Two Reservoir La Sal West
Recapture Reservoir Blanding North
Red Lake Gray Spot Rock
Red Sea Musselman Arch
Red Shirt Reservoir Yellow Rock Point West
Rio Algom Lower Tailings Pond La Sal West
Rio Algom Upper Tailings Pond La Sal West
Rock Dam Reservoir Oljato NE
Snyder Reservoir Number Two Piute Knoll
Spring Lake Shay Mountain
Squaw Water Hole Kigalia Point
TexasGulf Potash Pond One A Shafer Basin
TexasGulf Potash Pond Three A Shafer Basin
TexasGulf Potash Pond Three B Shafer Basin
TexasGulf Potash Pond Two G Shafer Basin
TexasGulf Potash Pond Two N Shafer Basin
The Tank Hatch Rock
Upper Bailey Reservoir Monticello Lake
Upper Bankhead Reservoir La Sal West
Upper Rattlesnake Ranch Number One Reservoir La Sal West
Water Storage Reservoir Number-Four Blanding North
Wilcox Reservoir La Sal East

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in San Juan County, Utah. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.