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WHIRLING DISEASE -- For waters indicated, please prevent the spread of WHIRLING DISEASE by cleaning mud from waders and equipment. DO NOT TRANSPORT any parts of fish caught here to other waters. Click here for DWR information.

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Abajo Mountain

Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) On June 25, conservation officer Dennis Shumway reports slow fishing because of the high temperatures. Morning and evening have been the best times to fish. Trout are most active at high elevation reservoirs, like Monticello Lake and Foy Reservoir, where fish take insects from the surface throughout the day. Dry flies will work well at both locations. PowerBait and marshmallows can be effective in the early morning. Pike and bass fishing have been slow in the warm water at Recapture Reservoir, so try to fish early morning or late evening.

American Fork River

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Baker Reservoir

Crayfish, Brown Trout, Green Sunfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Catchable-sized rainbow trout were stocked in early spring.

Bear Lake

Cisco, Cutthroat Trout, Mackinaw (Lake Trout), Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) Anglers report decent fishing for cutthroat trout and an occasional lake trout. The best fishing has been near the bottom in 45 to 65 feet of water using Rapalas and spoons off of downriggers. The best spots to fish are off of the east side from First Point to the Scout Camp and also from Cisco Beach to Rainbow Cove/North Eden. If you are fishing on the west side, try trolling parallel to the shore from Swan Creek north to Fish Haven Creek. you can sometimes catch nice-sized fish by trolling flat lines in the early morning off of South Eden. The fish are feeding on insects that get blown on to the water. Try using a minnow-type lure with either a shallow or a deep-diving lip for these early morning feeders. The surface water is about 64°F. You can launch a boat at the marina and at both east side boat ramps: First Point and Rainbow Cove. Courtesy docks are also in the water at all locations. Remember, you must release all cutthroat trout that do not have a healed fin clip.

Regulations

Bear River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Cutthroat Trout, Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Whitefish, Yellow Perch

No recent reports.

Beaver Mountain Lakes

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Access is good and rainbow trout have been stocked in all of the usual lakes. Indian Creek Reservoir will not be stocked this year because the water level is low and the road conditions are unsafe.

Beaver River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Fishing usually improves during irrigation flows. Recent surveys found some nice-sized brown and rainbow trout. Catchable-sized rainbow trout were recently stocked.

Regulations

Benches Pond Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Early morning anglers report good fishing with a combination of worms and marshmallows or worms and PowerBait. Fishing tapers off as the temperature rises. The catch consists of planted 8- to 10-inch rainbow trout.

Regulations

Big Sandwash Reservoir

Brown Trout, Crayfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Fishing has been fair to good for rainbows, bass and yellow perch. Anglers have also caught a few nice browns. Bass and yellow perch have moved into shallower water with the warmer weather. Rainbow and brown trout are moving into deeper, so you'll find the most success fishing early mornings and evenings. The reservoir is still close to full.

Birch Creek Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

No recent reports.

Blacksmith Fork River

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) As of June 30, anglers reported good fishing throughout the river. Anglers are catching mostly rainbows and browns using PMDs, caddis flies, pheasant tale nymphs, hare's ear nymphs and ants and beetles. This is also a great time to use hoppers.

Blue Mountains

Brook Trout, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Boulder Mountain Lakes

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) All areas of the mountain are accessible, including the Boulder Top. Fishing is good to excellent in numerous lakes across the mountain. Anglers have caught some very large tigers this year. When you're targeting these large fish, remember that they are predators and adjust your techniques accordingly.

Regulations

Boulger Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) For best results, fish in the early morning or late evening. Dry flies are often effective in the evening. Baits can be used at other times. All of the trout are planters and will usually be in the 8- to 10-inch size range.

Regulations

Bountiful Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Anglers report slow fishing from the docks and the shore, despite using lures and different types of baits. Try fishing around dawn. The fish will likely be shallow, closer to shore and more active than midday. With the recent hot temperatures, there are many swimmers frequenting the pond.

Regulations

Box Creek Reservoirs

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Brough Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) There haven't been any recent reports from anglers; however, you'll usually find fair to good fishing this time of year. The reservoir is full. There are special catch-and-release regulations at Brough. You must use flies and lures only — bait and scented/salted lures are not allowed.

Regulations

Browne Reservoir

Brook Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 19) Fishing has been fair, but the area recently received rain and snow, which made the roads a muddy mess.

Bullock Reservoir

Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Musky (hybred)

(Jun 25) Anglers report fair fishing, mostly for bass and a few rainbows. The reservoir is full.

Regulations

Burraston Ponds

Albino Trout, Bluegill, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Please keep in mind that the ponds are now for day-use only. The ponds will continue to receive stockings of catchable rainbow trout throughout the summer months. Try using traditional lures or bait (for example, Jake's spinners or worms). Using a Curly Tail lure, tipped with a nightcrawler, has also been successful.

Regulations

Calder Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Anglers reported fair to good fishing. The water level remains low. Calder has catch-and-release regulations. You must use flies and lures only — bait and scented/salted lures are not allowed.

Regulations

Causey Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid), Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jul 3) As of July 1, angling pressure was very light, but many people are escaping the heat and heading to Causey to kayak. Fishing is slow, but likely better during early morning. Anglers report seeing a few fish jumping at the surface near the dam. Water levels are still very good and there was water close to going over the spillway. Water clarity is also good.

Regulations

Chalk Creek

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Clear Creek

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 11) Removal of nonnative trout in the Clear Creek drainage is now complete and stocking of Bonneville cutthroat trout is in full swing. Your best chance to find catchable-sized fish will be above the Narrows. Fingerling cutthroat stocked in fall 2014 in the rest of Clear Creek will be six to eight inches long by summer.

Cleveland Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported fair to good fishing in the evening using worms and PowerBait. Last week, anglers reported slow fishing and that has been common since ice-off. Anglers are typically catching rainbow trout up to 16 inches.

Clinton City Park Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Corn Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Access is good and catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked in Corn, Chalk and Oak creeks.

Cottonwood Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

(Jun 25) Anglers report fair fishing for a mix of fish, including rainbow trout and tiger muskie. The reservoir is full. Remember that the statewide rule for tiger muskie is one fish over 40 inches — all others must be released immediately. These big fish are quite sensitive to mishandling, so bring them in quickly but not by horsing. Try to keep them from expending too much energy and keep their gills in the water as you handle them. Be sure to release as quickly as possible.

Regulations

Crouse Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Water levels are extremely low.

Currant Creek

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Currant Creek Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Anglers report slow to good fishing for tigers and rainbows. Try trout baits like worms or artificial baits, flies, brightly colored spoons and crankbaits. When bottom fishing, use something to float your bait roughly 18–24 inches from the bottom. This will keep your worm above the mud and weeds where the fish will find it easier. The roads are drying out.

Cutler Reservoir

Bass, Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish

No recent reports.

Regulations

Deer Creek Reservoir

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch

(Jul 3) In early June, we stocked 18,000 rainbow trout, and anglers have been catching them. Try fishing in the early morning and late evening hours. Boaters have been catching trout in depths of 20–30 feet. The smallmouth bass have also turned on, so try fishing jerkbaits or spinnerbaits near vegetation just as the temperature warms up in the afternoon. The main ramp at Deer Creek is currently open, but the island ramp will remain closed until further notice. The Charleston boat ramp is open to non-motorized vessels only. There are currently 20 yellow-tagged fish in the reservoir. If you catch one of these fish, measure it to the millimeter, and email the information to michaelslater@utah.gov. Please keep in mind that juvenile quagga mussels have been confirmed in a water sample taken from Deer Creek Reservoir. As such, all watercraft exiting Deer Creek are legally required to decontaminate. Call the state park at 435-654-0171 to check on current conditions or visit Deer Creek on Facebook to see the latest updates. The reservoir is currently 91 percent full, and water temperatures are in the upper 70s.

Regulations

Duck Fork Reservoir

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jul 3) On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported fair fishing with a fly and bobber at dusk. In the last few weeks, anglers had reported slow fishing with artificial flies or spinners.

Regulations

East Canyon Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jul 3) On July 1, anglers continued to report good fishing. The fish are in deeper water during the day. Whether you're fishing from a boat or from the shore, try fishing just off the bottom. In the early morning when temperatures are a little cooler, fish are usually near the surface or close to the edge. Traditional baits and lures have been working well.

East Fork of Sevier River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) Kingston Canyon: Irrigation water flows are up to 110 cfs. Fishing is a little difficult at this level, but you can target some of the slow-moving runs with large streamers, deep-diving lures or nightcrawlers.

Black Canyon: Fishing should be fair to good.

Upper: Small rainbow, brown and brook trout are abundant in the Upper East Fork of the Sevier and in most of its tributaries.

Regulations

Echo Reservoir

Bass, Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Fishing is good for anglers on rocky shores. Success for most boat anglers has slowed down a little bit recently, fishing overall though is still pretty good. Many thanks to Conservation Officer Dominick Barratt for that report.

Regulations

Electric Lake

Cutthroat Trout

No recent reports.

Enterprise Reservoirs

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) The trout limit at Upper and Lower Enterprise Reservoir has been increased to eight fish for the remainder of 2015. Because of to a very poor snowpack, the lower reservoir will be drained for irrigation needs. All of the upper reservoir will be drained, except for the small, state-owned conservation pool.

Fairview Lakes

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Both of the lakes have been stocked, but there are no recent fishing report.

Farmington Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) As of July 1, fishing pressure had been light as more people flock to the pond to swim.

Regulations

Ferron Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported slow fishing with all types of baits and tackle.

Regulations

Fish Creek (lower)

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 9) The catch rate along Lower Fish Creek has been fair or better.

Fish Lake

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Mackinaw (Lake Trout), Splake (hybrid), Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Trolling and bait fishing are good to excellent for rainbow trout. You may also want to try jigging suspended over 75 feet. Anglers are catching a few splake with these methods too. For perch, try jigging near the bottom outside the weeds.

Regulations

Flaming Gorge Reservoir

Brown Trout, Burbot, Channel Catfish, Crayfish, Kokanee Salmon, Mackinaw (Lake Trout), Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Fishing has been fair to hot depending on locations and species. Here's a look at each species.

Kokanee: Kokanee fishing has recently slowed because of the rapidly increasing reservoir surface elevation. Flaming Gorge is currently at 6,032 feet and has been rising almost three inches a day. The surface temperature has also climbed to 66¬–72°F. As a result, kokanee are being caught deeper in the water column, around 40 feet. The depth and location can change quickly, so watch the fish finder and put your lure where the fish are. Many of the kokanee biting are in the 2.5 to 3-pound range. Remember, mortality rates on released fish increase as water temperatures rise, so we encourage you to keep your limits of small kokanee. A variety of lures will work, including #2 Needlefish, Rocky Mountain Tackle (RMT) Viper spoons and a variety of dodger/squid combos. Pink and orange colors are working best. Troll at around 1.6 and 2.2 miles per hour.

Rainbow trout: Fishing is red hot, and so is the quality of the fish biting. Because of abundant cicadas in the lower reservoir, the top water action has been exceptional. Fly anglers should tie on a cicada pattern, and spin anglers can try small top waters like the Storm Hopper Popper. Top water fishing is a riot and very productive when fish become accustomed to looking up for food. Anglers often catch rainbows while trolling for kokanee, casting jigs (marabous, curly tails, tubes) near shore or soaking a nightcrawler or PowerBait along the bottom. Anglers report good to excellent results. Spoons, jigs and crankbaits along with common trout baits (such as worms) and fly fishing (cicada hatch) are working from the shore and from boats. Small schools are cruising the shoreline, and anglers have found good fishing off rocky points, inlets and in the backs of some of the bays. Rainbows are also being caught in deep water, where anglers are targeting lake trout.

Lake trout: Fishing has been slow, but it's picking up in the Canyon region of the reservoir. Fishing for smaller lake trout has been red hot just south of Buckboard, WY. The most effective way to catch lake trout is to find concentrations along main channel points and breaks, and vertically jig with jigging spoons, tube jigs or Gulp minnows. Jiggers should try white, three-inch tube jigs tipped with a small chunk of sucker meat. Anglers can also troll with spoons, flatfish or similar crankbaits in chartreuse, white or rainbow trout colors. Most lake trout are 50–100 feet deep, but can also be caught in shallower waters earlier or later in the day. Successful trolling speeds are around 1.6–1.8 miles per hour. Keep your limit of small, tasty lake trout to reduce competition and help both the lake trout and kokanee fisheries.

Smallmouth bass: Fishing is great! Once again, cicadas are abundant in the lower portion of the reservoir, so the top water action has been great. Smallmouth bass are coming off the spawn, so you can expect bass to be eagerly searching for food to build up their reserves after all that hard work. Smallmouth bass are a great because of their aggressive and opportunistic nature. Bounce 1/4-inch jigs in earth tone colors along the bottom, pop a top water across the surface near shore or drop shot a four-inch worm in the shallows. Regardless of the method, you're likely going to catch a lot of bass, along with a few bonus rainbow trout.

Burbot: Though there haven't been many reports, some anglers say the burbot fishing is good. Burbot are most abundant in the uppermost reaches of the reservoir in Wyoming, so anglers should start their search there. They are predominantly a nighttime fishery and prefer cooler water and rocky main channel structure. Start fishing at dusk and target depths greater than 30 feet. Use 3/8- 1/2-ounce glow lures, like Yamamoto grubs in luminous white or Northland Buckshot spoons in glow, tipped with sucker or chub meat. Burbot are not nearly as active or aggressive during the summer months, so jig lures slowly and close to the bottom, and move if you're not catching fish. You'll help the Flaming Gorge fishery by harvesting as many burbot as possible. There is no limit on burbot.

Regulations

Forsyth Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid), Tiger Trout (hybrid)

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Fishing is fair to good in the morning and evening with streamers and nymphs. Fishing from a float tube or boat helps.

Fort Buenaventura

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Fremont River

Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) The Quiet Fly Fisher fly shop report good to excellent fishing in the upper Fremont with dry flies. Don't let the irrigation flows deter you.

Gigliotti Pond

Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Fishing is good in the early morning with bait and in the late evening with dry flies.

Regulations

Glassman's Pond

Bluegill, Black Crappie, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Grantsville Reservoir

Brown Trout, Crayfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) The reservoir has been heavily stocked with catchable rainbow trout. The best bite has been occurring in the early morning and late evening hours. Try throwing a spinnerbait or a Curly Tail grub in chartreuse or white, tipped with an earthworm.

Regulations

Green River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Cutthroat Trout, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout

STOP NEW ZEALAND MUDSNAIL

(Jun 25) Fishing is good to excellent. Cicadas have been more widespread in the two to three miles immediately below the dam. Dry dropper rigs are working well, with a cicada on top and a scud, zebra midge or nymph below. Caddis hatches are becoming more abundant in the lower portion of A-section and some yellow sallies have been sighted as well. Terrestrials like ants, crickets and hoppers are a variation from the norm, which is always a good option during peak season. Spin anglers should try small marabou jigs, spoons or crankbaits in deeper water and runs. Currently the river is flowing at an average of 1,700 cubic feet per second, and peaking at 2,160 cubic feet per second between 2–8 p.m.

Regulations

Gunlock Reservoir

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) The water temperatures are in the upper 70s. Most of the fish have finished spawning and have moved back out of the shallows, but there are still a few bluegill on beds.

Because of an increasing population of illegally introduced smallmouth bass — which pose a serious threat to native fish in the Virgin and Santa Clara rivers — Gunlock Reservoir will be treated with rotenone this fall. For the remainder of the year, the limits have been increased. The limit is now 12 for largemouth bass (with no size restriction) and 16 for channel catfish. There is no limit on crappie, bluegill or black bullhead. There is also no limit on smallmouth bass. You must keep all of the fish you catch. Largemouth bass, bluegill and crappie will be restocked in 2016.

Regulations

Gunnison Bend Reservoir

Catfish, Largemouth Bass, White Bass

(Jun 26) Fishing is improving because of the warming water in Gunnison Bend, DMAD and the river and canals.

Holmes Creek Reservoir

Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Walleye

(Jul 3) As of July 1, shore anglers and those fishing from non-motorized watercraft report good fishing, particularly in the early mornings when temperatures are cooler and the fish are jumping. The water levels are still good and the fish are staying close to structured areas. Surface temperatures are around 76°F. If you're fishing from the shore or from the docks, try using bright yellow PowerBait just off the bottom, salmon eggs and nightcrawlers. When fishing from a kayak, Rapalas, spinners, worms and PowerBait work well. Holmes is a private pond and it primarily reserved for a boat club. If there is a boater on the water, please use courtesy and give them space. And remember to pack out what you pack in so all anglers don't lose fishing privileges at the pond. Be sure to obtain your Walk-in Access authorization number and sign in at the box before visiting the reservoir.

Regulations

Honeyville Ponds

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Huntington Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) The stretch from Electric Lake dam downstream to South Hughes Canyon is the best place to fish. This stretch lies within the fly-only zone. Below South Hughes Canyon, the Seeley Fire and subsequent flash floods have made it so that there are no fish in the creek. You cannot camp overnight from South Hughes Canyon to the forks of the Huntington because of a continuing flash flood threat. You can camp below the forks, but there are few, if any, fish there.

Regulations

Huntington North Reservoir

Crayfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Multiple anglers report slow fishing. Fishing has been slow since ice off.

Regulations

Huntington Reservoir

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

No recent reports.

Regulations

Hyrum Reservoir

Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid), Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) Fishing is slow, but anglers are still catching some fish from a shore or a boat. Try using PowerBait and perch-colored Rapalas.

Joe's Valley Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid), Splake (hybrid)

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jul 3) Both east and west side boat ramps are open. The campground will have water by July 2. During the past month, tiger muskie anglers have reported good fishing from the bank or a boat. Look for rocky structure on the east side where you can ambush chubs from cover. Jointed stickbaits with a green-over-yellow or green-over-orange color pattern have been effective. Fishing is fair for trout. Most trout have been caught with the same tackle intended for tiger muskies.

Regulations

Johnson Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Tiger Musky, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Anglers have caught a few nice-sized tiger muskies. The water conditions are still very favorable for fishing.

Regulations

Jordan River

Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Sunfish, Walleye, White Bass

No recent reports.

Jordanelle Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Smallmouth bass are biting now that the water is warmer. Try throwing jerkbaits or rattletraps at midday. Also, continue to use traditional baits (worms and PowerBait) on the shoreline. There are currently 20 yellow-tagged fish in the reservoir. If you catch one of these fish, measure it to the millimeter, and email the information to michaelslater@utah.gov. Also, be aware of rattlesnakes that may be basking in the sun near the shoreline. There have been sightings near Rock Cliff and at the Perimeter Trail. The reservoir is about 87 percent full, and water temperatures are in the upper 60s and lower 70s.

Regulations

Kaysville Ponds

Black bullhead, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) As of July 1, fishing was good at all four ponds. One anglers and her dad had a great morning fishing from 5:30-7:00 a.m. The temperature was nice and they caught three healthy bluegill and one bass. Fish are very active and are feeding off the surface at that time in the morning. Another couple of anglers also reported good fishing for bullhead catfishing. They caught six catfish using PowerBait and worms and fishing just off the bottom.

Regulations

Kolob Reservoir

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Kolob Reservoir is open to bait fishing until September 12. Fishing is good for rainbow and cutthroat trout under the slot limit. Fish are fat and healthy. Major road construction will be taking place on the Kolob Terrace road from now through October and will limit access to the reservoir.

Regulations

Koosharem Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) A recent population survey found cutthroat trout up to six pounds and rainbow trout up to three pounds. Try trolling near the dam with chub-imitating lures. Ten-inch rainbow trout have been stocked.

Lake Powell

Bluegill, Brown Trout, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Rainbow Trout, Walleye

STOP QUAGGAG MUSCLE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jul 3) Lake elevation: 3,613 feet Water temperatures: 82–85°F

Lake Powell is red hot!

The water surface temperature is well over 80°F first thing in the morning. The air temperature is well over 100°F each day. The air cools off into the high 70s after the sun has been down for a long time at night. The wind is mostly calm. All of this explains why so many boaters, swimmers and campers love the lake in July. What a great place to be!

Anglers can also enjoy the July celebration at the lake, but there is a window when fishing success is truly excellent. The timeframe is early morning and late evening. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are very aggressive and easy to catch on topwater lures, shallow-running crankbaits and weightless wacky rigged senkos. The time to start fishing is when the sun begins to light up the eastern sky between 4–5 a.m. Fishing is great until about 7 a.m., when bass blink at the sun and move back into the brush or slip into the depths.

Evening bass fishing gets good again when the sun settles low in the west. Again, topwater and crankbaits cast close to the brushy shoreline are the best bet. Sunfish have found shelter in the freshly flooded green brush and old tumbleweed piles that are now underwater. Largemouth bass live in the brush with the sunfish, and smallmouth bass are in deeper water (not far away) so they can make a quick trip into the brush for a meal.

Bass fishing is steady all day long. Just cast plastic grubs to shallow reefs or quick-falling slickrock slopes and points to find bass eagerly awaiting forage fish. There is no question that bass fishing provides the best success right now. To catch a lot of fish, target smallmouth bass.

Striped bass are not slurping/boiling as much this week as they have during most of June. From their behavior today, it seems that the supply of small shad has dropped. Where big slurping groups were seen last week, there are now only very small groups or individual stripers working the surface in the early morning in the southern lake. It is probably only a coincidence, but declining surface action in the south usually means improvements in surface feeding in the northern lake.

The best surface action seen this week was in the evening. Watch for a quick boil of larger 18- to 20-inch stripers in the main channel or main canyon as the sun sets in the evening.

During the daylight hours, the most consistent striper technique is trolling along the shallow-sloping shoreline, where the bottom depth is 25–30 feet. Trolling results are steady for 18-inch stripers. Target rocky points and reefs, and troll along the 25-foot layer with medium-depth crankbaits. Remember to drop a spoon to the bottom or cast a crankbait behind the boat when a striper is caught trolling. Other stripers will be trailing along behind the hooked fish. It’s a great way to increase the catch rate.

Trolling with 12-foot divers at depths of around 12 feet will still provide some decent walleye success. Walleye numbers are still above average and you can continue to catch them in midsummer. We found today that fast trolling (4–5 mph) for stripers resulted in an occasional walleye when the lure passed near a bush or some other likely walleye hangout.

Fishing is still good, and you can cool off by swimming with the fishes when you get hot.

Regulations

LaSal Mountains

Albino Trout, Bluegill, Grayling, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid)

(Jul 3) On June 27, Sergeant Ben Wolford reported fair to good fishing at high elevation lakes. Fishing is best in the early morning or late evening. At lower elevations, anglers should be on the water at daybreak to avoid competition with other water sports. On June 23, recreation specialist Walt Maldonado reported good fishing at Kens Lake with Velveta cheese or multicolored PowerBait.

Locomotive Springs

Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Logan River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) The Logan River is fishing well. Anglers report good fishing for brown trout and cutthroat trout. Try using PMDs, caddis flies, pheasant tale nymphs, hare's ear nymphs and ants and beetles. This is also a great time to use hoppers.

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Lost Creek Reservoir

Brown Trout, Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Lost Creek has been receiving fairly good angling pressure from boats. Angling pressure from the shore seems to increase on the weekends and on holidays. On July 1, water temperatures were around 72°F and clarity and visibility were excellent.

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Lower Bowns

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Fishing is fast with size 12 wooly buggers. Also try using flashy spinners and lures, or natural baits like nightcrawlers.

Mabey Pond

Crappie, Catfish, Largemouth Bass

No recent reports.

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Mantua Reservoir

Bluegill, Cutthroat Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Fishing is slowing down. Anglers are still catching fish, but not as quickly. Anglers have caught a few bass and perch, and some shore anglers caught some good-sized trout.

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Matt Warner Reservoir

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Most reports are of fair to good fishing. Try trout baits (like worms) or artificial baits, flies, brightly colored spoons and crankbaits. When bottom fishing, use something to float your bait roughly 18–24 inches from the bottom. This will keep your worm above the mud and weeds where the fish will find it easier.

Mill Meadow Reservoir

Brake (hybrid), Brownbows (hybrid), Perch, Rainbow, Splake (hybrid), Tiger Musky (hybrid), Tiger Trout (hybrid)

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Rainbow trout were stocked in March. The reservoir is full, but irrigation releases have begun. Fly fishing is good in the morning and evening with streamers and nymphs.

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Miller's Flat Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported excellent fishing from a boat with green spinners, good fishing from a boat with worms, and slow fishing with PowerBait. On June 22, conservation officer TJ Robertson reported slow fishing. In preceding weeks, fishing has gone from one extreme to the other.

Millsite Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) On June 29, DWR officers reported good fishing with PowerBait. On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported fair to good fishing from a boat in the early morning. Bait fishing had been most productive with PowerBait and worms suspended from a bobber. Stacey said that boat anglers had good results in shallow water by using spinners. Shoreline fishing has been the least productive. The state park now rents paddle boards, kayaks and canoes on an hourly or daily basis. The equipment is available for a modest fee on a first come, first served basis.

Minersville Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Trout fishing is fair to good. Bass and wiper fishing is also picking up.

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Misc

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jul 3) Lower Green River: On June 23, recreation specialist Walt Maldonado reported fair fishing with chicken liver, nightcrawlers and stink baits. Walt noted that the water flows were still high, but they are dropping. The river dropped four feet in the two days before Walt's report.

Monroe Mountain Lakes

Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jun 26) Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked in the Box Creek reservoirs and north end lakes. Manning Meadow Reservoir is closed to fishing until July 11.

Moon Lake

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid), Whitefish

No recent reports.

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Navajo Lake

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Splake fishing is slowing down with the warmer weather. Catchable-sized rainbows have also been stocked and should provide fair to good results.

Newcastle Reservoir

Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Wiper (hybrid)

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) Bass fishing is fair. There are no recent reports on wiper fishing.

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Newton Reservoir

Bass, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Musky (hybrid), Yellow Perch

No recent reports.

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Nine Mile Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) As water levels continue to decrease, try using spinner baits and traditional baits (PowerBait or nightcrawlers). Curly Tail grubs are also a good choice. From May 15, 2015 until January 1, 2016, the daily bag and possession limit has been increased to eight fish. The reservoir is being drained to meet irrigation needs. Limits are being temporarily increased to allow anglers to harvest fish that would otherwise be lost.

Ogden River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) As of July 1, flows in the South Fork were good and the water was crystal clear with excellent visibility. You can easily see fish swimming around. Angling pressure is fair. Canyon temperatures are much more comfortable than the valley. This is a great place to get out of the heat and catch fish.

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Otter Creek Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jun 26) Fishing is good to excellent for rainbow trout for anglers trolling from a boat or using PowerBait from shore.

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Palisade Reservoir

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jun 25) Try fishing early in the day or in the late afternoon. Use garlic PowerBait under a bubble or a nightcrawler for the best results. If you use jigs or lures, try tipping the hook with a nightcrawler.

Panguitch Lake

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jun 26) Fishing is fair from shore or a boat. A recent population survey found that 11- to 12-inch rainbows are abundant and growing fast. We also saw more rainbows in the 17- to 18-inch range than we have in recent years. As always, nice cutthroat and tiger trout are also plentiful.

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Paragonah Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Bait fishing is slow. Remember that the rainbow trout here are wild and don't take bait as well as they take lures and flies.

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Payson Lakes

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Maple Lake has been stocked several times, and the fish are biting. Try using dry flies for fly fishing or a chartreuse Curly Tail grub, tipped with a nightcrawler. All roads and campgrounds on the Nebo Loop are currently open.

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Pelican Lake

Bluegill, Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass

(Jun 25) Anglers are visiting the lake, and most report fair to excellent success. Bluegill have joined the bass in the warmer shallows and are now reachable from shore. Now is a good time to target carp. Removal of carp by archery or fishing tackle will help the water quality, which will help the growth of the bass and bluegill. A tagged-carp contest started May 1 and will run until August 1. We tagged 30 carp for the contest. The tags are red and located on the left side of the dorsal fin. If you catch a tagged carp, take it to the Vernal Sportsman's Warehouse to receive a prize. Water levels look good, and the lake is full.

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Pine Lake

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Rainbow trout have been stocked.

Pine Valley Reservoir

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

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Pineview Reservoir

Bluegill, Bullhead Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Tiger Musky (hybrid), Trout, Yellow Perch

(Jul 3) One of our biologists fished Pineview for about four hours on Tuesday morning. The water temperature started out at 72°F and was nearly 79°F by 10:30 a.m. He didn't see any tiger muskies, but fishing was good for smallmouth bass around 15 inches and two pounds. He also got a good number of small, seven- to eight-inch crappies in weedy areas, six to seven feet deep. All fish were caught on jigs. The water is quite clear, except for shorelines disturbed by boat wakes.

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Pioneer Park Pond

Black Bullhead, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

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Piute Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

(Jun 26) Because of the poor snowpack, much of the water in Piute Reservoir will be drained for irrigation this summer. The trout limit has been increased to eight fish for the remainder of 2015.

Porcupine Reservoir

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid)

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

No recent reports.

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Price River

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

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Provo River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Walleye

(Jun 25) Lower: Flows are higher. Yellow sallies are making an appearance, and PMDs are still present. Use sizes 16–22. Trout are very active and feeding early to midday, especially near the banks in shallow water. Sow bugs have been working well this week. Spinners are a great choice for those who aren't fly fishing. Water temperatures at midday are hovering above 55°F. Water is being released from Deer Creek, so water levels are up and ranging from 475 cubic feet per second (cfs) below Deer Creek to 48 cfs near Harbor Drive.

Middle: Dry flies have been more successful on the Middle Provo than the Lower Provo. Try using a PMD emerger. There has been a lot of PMD activity. You may also want to try some sow bugs. Water levels are near 163 cfs, with flows higher near the Jordanelle release (340 cfs) and average at Charleston (around 199 cfs).

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Quail Creek Reservoir

Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) Bass fishing is fair to good.

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Red Creek Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Red Fleet Reservoir

Bluegill, Brown Trout, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Fishing has been good for rainbows and bass. We are also hearing reports that bluegill are moving into the shallows and supplying some fast fishing. We received a single report of slow walleye fishing. If you're fishing for bluegill, think small: jigs, spoons or small baits. For bass, much the same as bluegill, just larger. For trout, try baits, like worms, mealworms, salmon eggs or artificial baits, flies, brightly colored spoons, crayfish-colored jigs and fish-colored crankbaits. When bottom fishing, use a marshmallow or floating bait to float your bait roughly 18–24 inches from the bottom. This will keep your worm above the mud and weeds where the fish will find it easier. The water level is rising and back to normal as a result of spring rain.

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Redmond Reservoir

Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike

No recent reports.

Rockport Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid), Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Jul 3) Anglers report good fishing. The trout are still biting, especially for those trolling their favorite lures: perch-colored patterns. You'll have the best success fishing during morning hours. Try fishing deeper water. Drift fishing with PowerBait is also producing fish. Anglers report good bass fishing. Try fishing around rocky points anywhere around the lake. Drop Shot rigs with soft plastics in brown and black are working best. Remember to certify that your vessel is clean and free of quagga mussels. You can find forms at the top of most boat ramps. Thoroughly clean, drain and dry your boat after every outing, especially if you have boated at Lake Powell or Deer Creek.

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Salem Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) The pond has had its last load of catchable rainbow trout until the fall, when temperatures will cool down. Channel catfish have been stocked and will be stocked throughout the summer. Trout fishing is slow, but try using a Jake's lure or PowerBait. Curly Tail lures tipped with nightcrawler have also been successful. You can catch catfish with nightcrawlers (or other baits) fished on the bottom of the pond.

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Sand Cove Reservoirs

Green Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Sand Hollow Reservoir

Bluegill, Largemouth Bass

STOP QUAGGAG MUSCLE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 26) Bass fishing is good to excellent. The best fishing is coming on swimbaits in the evening. Anglers are also catching some nice-sized crappie. Recreational boaters are out in force on the weekends.

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Scofield Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 9) The Scofield tributaries are closed to fishing until July 11. Fishing has been slow to fair. The catch rate along Lower Fish Creek has been fair or better.

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Settlement Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

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Silver Lake

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Smith and Morehouse Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Starvation Reservoir

Brown Trout, Crayfish, Smouthmouth Bass, Walleye

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Anglers report fair to good fishing during the cooler hours for rainbows, bass and walleye. Most anglers were chased off by high winds in the afternoons. The hot weather has moved the trout into a summer pattern. You'll find better success during the cooler hours. Baits are working well, especially from the shore. Try smaller, deep-diving crankbaits and spoons for rainbows and a larger presentation for walleye and bass. For walleye, keep it on the bottom or cast deep into the rocks. Most of the walleye are small or in the 20- to 23-inch range, and you can help the fishery by taking them home. The reservoir is full.

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Steinaker Reservoir

Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Anglers report fair to excellent fishing for rainbows, bass and bluegill from shore and boats. Bass and bluegill have moved back into the shallows. Worms and artificial baits are working well from shore while crankbaits, brightly-colored spoons and crayfish-colored jigs are producing for shore anglers and boaters. Fish can be anywhere from the surface to depths in the 30- to 40-foot range. The hot weather has initiated a summer pattern where the trout move deeper and are mostly active in the cooler hours of early morning and evenings. The water level has come up but still remains low enough to expose rocks and sandbars.

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Strawberry Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

(Jun 25) You'll find the best bite early in the morning. Shoreline anglers are catching fish on PowerBait or by fishing nightcrawlers on the bottom, especially right off the dam. Anglers have reported catching large cutthroats near Renegade. Float tubers are catching kokanee in open water at depths of around 20–30 feet. Try a large spinner tipped with nightcrawler. The Strawberry Bay Marina & Lodge rainbow trout tagged fishing contest started Memorial Day weekend. There were 295 white-tagged rainbows and five pink-tagged rainbows released for the contest. Catch one of the white-tagged fish and redeem your prize at the marina stores. Catch one of the pink-tagged fish, and you automatically win one of the five grand prizes. For more information, please call the marina at 435-548-2500. The reservoir is currently 77 percent full.

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Thousand Lakes Mountain

Trout

(Jun 26) All of the lakes are accessible, and fishing is fair to good.

Tibble Fork Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Try using spinners or nightcrawlers for the best results. Trout fishing is slow, but the fish are feeding actively in the morning and late evening. Important: From May 15, 2015 until Jan. 1, 2016, the daily bag and possession limit at Silver Lake Flat Reservoir only has been increased to 8 fish. (Silver Lake Flat Reservoir is located further up the mountain, to the north of Tibble Fork Reservoir.) It will be drained for construction, starting July 1.

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Tropic Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked.

Uinta Lakes

Albino Trout, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jul 3) Many of the lakes that lie off the beaten path along Hwy 150 are producing quality fishing opportunities. Fish are readily biting on spinners (Jake's and Kastmasters), flies and even nightcrawlers. A local angler recently had good success fishing many of the high Uinta streams. Most of them are running a little high, but the water is quite clear. He had some success fishing in the East Fork of the Bear River. He caught a cutthroat on a #16 purple haze and a brook trout on a #16 Higa SOS dropper. This is a great time to get out of the valley heat, take the family for a hike and enjoy some of the secluded lakes in the area.

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Utah Lake

Bluegill, Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Smouthmouth Bass, Walleye, White Bass

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Water levels are shallow near the marina. Try fishing in the early morning or late afternoon for the best results. Catfishing has been hot, especially near the Lindon marina. Try using carp or white bass meat tipped on your hooks. White bass have been very active in the early morning hours near the boat ramps. They are biting on small tube jigs. Largemouth bass fishing has been slow, but try throwing spinnerbaits and crankbaits near the reeds. Please use caution when launching your boats. Carp are very active and being seen all around the lakeshore. Water temperatures are hovering right around or below 75° F at midday. Mosquitoes have started to appear, so take some bug repellent when you're out. Northern pike have been seen and caught in the Hobble Creek tributary, west of I-15. If you catch any northern pike of any size in Utah Lake or its tributaries, please bring it to the DWR office in Springville (1115 N. Main Street) or the Utah Lake State Park office off of Center Street. The lake is currently 61 percent full.

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Vernon Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) Anglers should try spinnerbaits tipped with nightcrawlers or Jake's lures.

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Weber River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jul 3) Anglers report especially good fishing for brown trout between Coalville and Wanship. Try using dry flies — especially hoppers.

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Wide Hollow Reservoir

Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked. The state park reports good fishing for bass by casting plastics in the brushy areas.

Willard Bay

Bullhead Catfish, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Perch, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Wipers (hybrid), Yellow Perch

(Jul 3) Walleye and wiper fishing is really good for boat anglers. Shore fishing has slowed down a lot because the water temperature is in the high 70s and fish are looking for deeper water. A few anglers have reported hot fishing during a wiper boil. Other anglers report good fishing for walleye by bouncing Rapalas off the bottom. Wipers are hitting on jigs, Rapalas, worms and mussels. Anglers have caught some good-sized catfish. The water level is low, but steady. Use caution along the eastern shorelines where the water is the lowest and rocks and sandbars are just below the water level. The north marina is five feet deep where you launch and eight feet deep in the channel. The lake itself is 10 to 15 feet deep in the middle, so there is plenty of water still.

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Willow Lake

Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Jul 3) On June 27, sergeant Stacey Jones reported good fishing with worms, PowerBait or spinners. In previous weeks, the catch rate has been slow, but variable.

Willow Pond

Bluegill,Brown Trout, Catfish, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 25) The pond has had its last load of catchable rainbow trout until the fall, when temperatures will cool down. Channel catfish have been stocked and will be stocked throughout the summer. Trout fishing is slow, but try using a Jake's lure or PowerBait. Curly Tail lures tipped with nightcrawler have also been successful. You can catch catfish with nightcrawlers (or other baits) fished on the bottom of the pond. You may want to throw spinners or crankbaits near the vegetation for some largemouth bass hookups. By voluntarily releasing the largemouth bass, you can help control the bluegill population.

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Woodruff Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Yankee Meadow Reservoir

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jun 26) Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked and fishing has been fair to good. The road be under construction next week. Access will be closed on June 30 and restricted on July 1. The road will be open by July 4.

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Yuba Reservoir

Channel Catfish, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Yellow Perch

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Jun 25) Anglers are catching fish near Oasis, right off the dock. Try fishing early in the morning or in the early afternoon/late evening for the best bite. Anglers are still catching walleye and northern pike on sinking anchovies or sardines. You may also want to try using spinnerbaits tipped with bait.

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