This lake is located on Section 26, T39N, R6W. Access is via the South Fork Road (Road 26) from the W.A. Barr Road. About 9 miles up Road 26, take road 40N37 to the left, which goes directly to Gumboot Lake. Upper Gumboot Lake is about 300 yards from Gumboot Lake on a jeep trail accessible on the southwest side. The road to Gumboot Lake is paved all the way.
The fishing is poor. The lake is seldom planted and sometimes freezes, which can kill the fish. The lake might be good for solitude. It is on National Forest land.
Species present: Brook Trout
Seasons: Open all year.
Bag limit: 5 per Day, 10 in possession.
Date of usual ice out: June 1 (6,350' elevation)
Camping: One poor site, seldom used.
Surface acres: 3.5 acres and 8' deep.