Ok, so I finally made it to these lakes. Went with a friend and we took 5 kids along for the trip. We camped at crown lake which is the first lake after 1/2 - 3/4 mi hike. definitely no fish there, it freezes solid in the winter so it is not stocked, but has some great campsites. Made the trip to claggett lake, trail takes off from the SE corner of crown lake and is well marked with orange paint and surveyors tape. Clagget is very clear and was worried about the fish being spooked easily. The fish were hitting on everything we threw in the water, spinners, worms, and fly action. The bigger fish were definitely hitting on the flies. Caught some nice 14-15 in brookies which were released. We kept some legal size bows and brook for the frying pan. A small raft or float tube in this lake would be killer. Worth the hike and I definitely recommend it. I will go back as soon as I get a chance.