Plate 332. FISHLAKE LODGE 1930-2000 Viewed west to Fishlake Lodge where Twin Creeks enter Fish Lake. Aspen in the original had recently regenerated and conifers were restricted to rocky areas and other fire refugia. Aspen has since increased in height and some clones have also increased in size. Conifers and curlleaf mountain mahogany have increased. Conifers were planted around the lodge, as well as around the Forest Service Guard Station to the right of the lodge (see Plate 16). Willows have declined due to construction activities or are now hidden from view by conifers, primarily spruce. A new marina has been built and various summer homes added. The road has been paved.
U.S. Forest Service photo 253140 ca. 1930; retake by Charles E. Kay on August 16, 2001 - - Photo No. 4877-29; Original photo held by the National Archives (RG-95-G-253140) and the Forest Service Regional Office Photographic Collection (2300-Fishlake-12) housed at Weber State University, Ogden, UT.
Aspen, Conifer, Riparian
South Central: Section 17, Range 2 E, Township 26 S; UTM 437600 E, 4266350 N; elevation 8,843 ft.