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 Utah Travel Center National ParksBryce Canyon • Fishing

Bryce CanyonDiscover trout fishing at its best in Bryce Canyon Country and our many lakes, reservoirs, and streams with the surrounding scenery as beautiful and diverse as the fisheries themselves. With low-lying streams, large lakes surrounded by forests and clear mountain lakes, there will be plenty of opportunities to catch your limit of rainbow, brook, cutthroat or German brown trout. With scenery and fishing this amazing, we are proud of our area. Please do your part in helping preserve and protect the land waters. Use the same courtesy outside of the park as you would inside, doing this, the wildlife will be here for everyone to enjoy year after year.

Rules and Regulations

  • Anyone 14 years of age or older must purchase a fishing license and Wildlife Habitat Authorization, keep the license with you whenever you are fishing; anyone 13 years of age or younger does not need a license
  • General season dates are Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 24 hours each day for fish and crayfish
  • Game fish are: trout(rainbow, albino, cutthroat, brown, golden, brook, tiger, lake or mackinaw, splake), kokanee salmon, grayling, whitefish, Bonneville cisco, crappie, yellow perch, Sacramento perch, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, bullhead, bluegill, green sunfish, northern pike, alleue, white bass, tiger muskellunge, striped bass, and wiper
  • Bag and possession limits apply to everyone; any person 13 years of age or under can catch only half of the limit
  • Check the Utah Fishing Proclamation for further details on the rules and regulations
Popular Fishing Spots

• Panguitch Lake
• Otter Creek Res.

Tropic Reservoir
Pine Lake
Wide Hollow Reservoir
Posey Lake
Barker Reservoir

Bryce Canyon
Lake Powell
• Sevier River
• Asay Creek
• Mammoth Creek
• Panguitch Creek
• Bunker Creek
• Deer Creek
• Butler Creek

Bryce CanyonIce Fishing is some of the best fishing you will ever do in Bryce Canyon Country. Come see Bryce Canyon National Park when there are fewer people and the park is at its most colorful. Then when you have seen the park take a nice relaxing fishing trip. Sounds strange? Winter is one of the most popular times to fish in all of Utah! Come prepared for the cold and check the ice before you start and you will have a great time.

Bryce Canyon National Park Information
If you are looking for information on Utah’s national parks such as Zion National park, Bryce Canyon National park or cities such as St. George, Utah or Salt Lake City, Utah click on these links.

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