Bear Lake is one of the fifty oldest lakes in the world, and as a result has four endemic species of fish. The Cisco Yurt has fish facts and fun fish décor. The Bonneville Cisco are especially important to this lake’s fishery. Averaging six inches there are an estimated nine million of these little guys in the lake. The Cisco is not only good to eat but the nine million Cisco are food to the larger fish, cut-throat and mackinaw. As your host, we can give you insights on how and when to catch them.