Utah has over 1,000 fishable lakes and numerous fishing streams. Species range from the popular rainbow and cutthroat to large mackinaw and brown trout, to striped bass, walleye, bluegill, whitefish, the Bonneville cisco and many others.
Utah’s excellent fly-fishing streams have only recently begun to receive the notice they deserve. Some of the best include: the Sevier River near Marysvale, Seven Mile Creek near Fish Lake, the Provo, Weber, Logan, and Green Rivers, Corn Creek near Kanosh, Strawberry Reservoir and the Utah FishingStrawberry River east of Heber, Huntington Creek southwest of Price, and the hundreds of streams in the Uinta Mountains in northeastern Utah.
Fishing is allowed year-round in Utah. Check the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Fishing Proclamation for specific regulations. Proclamations (rules) are available at all Wildlife Resources offices and many local stores and visitor information outlets, or by visiting the DWR.
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