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Ute Lake State Park, a Canadian River reservoir, offers some of the best walleye fishing in New Mexico. Anglers can also try their luck for bass, crappie, and catfish. Ute Lake is one of the longest lakes in the state at nearly 13 miles, and its width never exceeds one mile across. It boasts a marina and a full range of water sport activities.
With its scores of inlets to explore, the lake abounds in ducks, quail, doves and pheasant. Deer and antelope roam the surrounding plains and mesas.
Round-the-clock fishing is available every day of the year for angler fanatics. The lake has produced several state-record game fish.
Ute Lake State Park is three miles west of Logan via N.M. 540.
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