Pearl Lakes is home to many species of wildlife, including a resident moose population.
A fine trout! Many members like to fly fish, and this beauty was released after its photo opportunity.
A nice trophy fish! Donations from members make it possible to catch one of these big fish.
Located at the headwaters of North Clear Creek, Pearl Lakes is surrounded by Colorado's Rio Grande National Forest, and is approximately half way between the small mountain towns of Creede and Lake City, Colorado. It was established in 1922, and is operated as a private non-profit fishing club. Its 84 members and their guests enjoy world-class fishing in 8 lakes, hiking, snowmobiling, and other varied outdoor activities. THERE IS NO PUBLIC ACCESS TO PEARL LAKES TROUT CLUB. Guests must be accompanied by a Club member.
The first snow has fallen at the lakes, and logging operations have begun on Finger Mesa and Black Mountain. The beetle-killed spruce trees are being removed. Logging will continue throughout the winter. The November Board of Directors meeting was held on November 2.