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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.

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY -- For more information on individual lakes and fish species: Click here for DWR information.

Beaver Mountain Lakes

Rainbow Trout

(Feb 27) All lakes are ice-capped, but snow is making it difficult to access them.

Beaver River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 27) Lower: Slow-moving runs have less oxygen in the winter, so target areas with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Anchor ice often makes winter fishing difficult.

(Feb 12) The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

(Jan 29) Lower: The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Anchor ice often makes winter fishing difficult.

Regulations

Benches Pond Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Feb 6) Access by foot from the road is not possible. There aren't many ice fishing trails and holes, which usually suggests that fishing is slow.

(Jan 30) Access by foot from the road is not possible. There aren't many ice fishing trails and holes, which usually suggests that fishing is slow.

Regulations

Blacksmith Fork River

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 26) The river flow is much lighter than it has been in recent days. The water has a green hue. Some midges have hatched during the warm afternoons. Anglers report success with blue-wing olives, hare's ears and size 1618 prince nymphs.

(Feb 20) The river flow is much lighter than it has been in recent days. Some midges have hatched during the warm afternoons. Anglers report success with blue-wing olives, hare's ears and size 1618 Prince nymphs.

(Feb 12) The water is very murky because of recent rainstorms and run off. Most anglers are reporting slow fishing. Some anglers recently had success using a hare's ear and size 16-18 prince nymphs.

(Feb 5) The water is open and the river is experiencing spring-like runoff conditions. The water is a little murky, but fishing is good. Anglers report good fishing using hares' ear and size 16-18 prince nymphs. Try fishing deep.

(Jan 30) The water is open. Many of the ice sheets have started melting, but please be careful when venturing out. There have been some midge hatches in the afternoons. Try fishing from noon to 3 p.m., using midge patterns (with a tungsten beadhead) and egg patterns.

Boulder Mountain Lakes

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Feb 27) There have been changes to the seasonal closures for Boulder Mountain lakes in 2015. Most lakes are now open year-round, but check the Utah Fishing Guidebook to see which lakes are closed for the winter.

(Jan 29) Changes have been made to seasonal closures for Boulder Mountain lakes in 2015. Most lakes are now open year-round, but check the new Utah Fishing Guidebook to see which lakes are closed for the winter.

Regulations

Boulger Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Chalk Creek

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Clear Creek

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Cleveland Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Feb 6) On Feb. 2, Tony Wright fished for 2.5 hours. In that time, he caught two fat 18-inch rainbow trout. Tony used a tiny green jig tipped with chub meat. He opened the stomach of one fish and found it had been eating aquatic sow bugs, which are found on the bottom. At that time, the ice was a one foot thick under a 12-inch layer of dense snow.

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported safe ice with a lot of surface slush.

Clinton City Park Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Corn Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Feb 27) Snow is limiting access to the creek.

Currant Creek

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Duck Fork Reservoir

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

No recent reports.

Regulations

East Fork of Sevier River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Feb 27) Kingston Canyon: The river is ice-free, and the flow is up to 17 cfs. Slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target areas with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Surveys last fall found good numbers of brown and rainbow trout, with some browns exceeding 20 inches and two pounds.

Black Canyon: Black Canyon usually remains ice-free in the winter due to spring inflow. Slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target areas with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Snow is limiting access to this part of the river.

(Feb 12) The river is ice-free because of the mild temperatures. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Recent surveys found good numbers of brown and rainbow trout, with some browns exceeding 20 inches and two pounds in Kingston Canyon.

(Jan 29) Kingston Canyon: Ice has retreated with recent mild temperatures. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools. Recent surveys found good numbers of brown and rainbow trout, with some browns exceeding 20 inches and two pounds.

Black Canyon: Black Canyon usually remains ice-free in the winter due to spring inflow. The slow-moving runs have less oxygen in winter, so target stretches with fast-moving water in between deep pools.

Upper: Snow makes it difficult to access the river in the winter.

Regulations

Electric Lake

Cutthroat Trout

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported safe ice with a lot of surface slush. Angler reports have been mixed as far as catch rate.

Fish Creek (lower)

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Fish Lake

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

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 27) Ice is still safe across the entire lake. There are a number of pressure ridges that should be avoided, and these are the only obstacles to getting on the ice. Fishing is still good to excellent for perch and small trout near the weedline in 1525 feet of water. Larger rainbows and splake can be caught at 25- to 35-foot depths, on the bottom or suspended at the same depths over deep water. Remember, there is no longer a limit for perch at Fish Lake, and perch caught here can be disposed of in any manner. Anglers are encouraged to remove as many perch from the lake as they can. Lake trout can be caught on the bottom in 70100 feet of water, but it requires a lot of patience. Sonar can be very helpful in deep water, whether you're fishing on the bottom or suspended. Call the Fish Lake Lodge at 435-638-1000 for up-to-date conditions and fishing reports.

(Feb 12) Over 1,700 anglers participated in the Fish Lake perch fishing contest. Anglers harvested between 30,000 and 40,000 perch in one day. Remember: there is no limit for perch at Fish Lake and perch caught here can be disposed of in any manner. Anglers are encouraged to remove as many perch from the lake as they can. The ice is safe across the entire lake. The south end has the thickest ice up to 12 inches while the clear ice on the north end is the thinnest at about six inches. Fishing is good to excellent for perch and small trout near the weedline in 15 to 25 feet of water. You can catch larger rainbow and splake trout at 25 to 35 feet on the bottom or suspended at the same depths over deep water. If you're targeting lake trout and have a lot of patience, try fishing on the bottom in 70 to 100 feet. Sonar can be very helpful in deep water, whether you're fishing on the bottom or suspended.

(Jan 29) The ice is safe across the lake. The south end has the thickest ice up to 12 inches while the clear ice on the north end is the thinnest at about six inches. Fishing is good to hot for perch and small trout near the weed line in 15-25 feet of water. You can catch large rainbows and splake in 25-35 feet on the bottom, or suspended at the same depths over deep water. Lake trout can be caught on the bottom in 70-100 feet, but catching them requires a lot of patience. Sonar can be very helpful in deep water, whether you're fishing on the bottom or suspended. Over 1,700 anglers participated in the Fish Lake perch fishing contest, harvesting between 30,000 and 40,000 perch in one day. Remember, there is no longer a limit for perch at Fish Lake and you can dispose of perch in any way. We encourage anglers to remove as many perch from the lake as possible.

Regulations

Green River

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

STOP NEW ZEALAND MUDSNAIL

(Feb 26) Anglers report good fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Try a winter streamer/bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation (such as a sculpin) followed by a scud or egg. Anglers who use lures are also successful. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Feb 20) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try a winter streamer/bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation (such as a sculpin) followed by a scud or egg. Anglers who use lures are also successful. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Feb 12) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Try a winter streamer/bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation (such as a sculpin) followed by a scud or egg. Anglers who use lures are also successful. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Feb 5) Anglers report good fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Try using a winter streamer and bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Jan 30) Anglers report good fishing for brown and rainbow trout. Try using a winter streamer and bottom combination. Streamers are usually a fish imitation followed by a scud or egg. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

Regulations

Huntington Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

No recent reports.

Regulations

Huntington Reservoir

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

No recent reports.

Regulations

Jordanelle Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Feb 14) Fishing is good. Try using tube or marabou jigs in open water. You may also want to try using traditional baits, worms or PowerBait. The main ramp and Rock Cliff ramp are closed because of ice. The PWC ramp is still open, but it can be icy. There is one metal dock there for launching your boat. Exercise extreme caution if you venture out on any remaining ice. All of the restrooms are closed, except for the heated one near the top of the ramp. The reservoir is about 65 percent full.

(Feb 8) Don Barton of Roy fished SE of PWC camp with a partner and caught 1 cutt trolling bright flatfish.

(Feb 5) The main ramp and Rock Cliff ramp are closed because of ice. The PWC ramp is still open, but it can be icy. Exercise extreme caution when you venture out on the ice. All of the restrooms are closed, except for the heated one near the top of the ramp. In open water, try Kastmasters or traditional baits and lures like worms, PowerBait or tube jigs. You may also want to try ice fishing gidgets tipped with worm, mealworm or maggots.The reservoir is holding at 65 percent full.

(Jan 29) The main ramp and Rock Cliff ramp are closed because of ice. The PWC ramp is still open, but it can be icy. Exercise extreme caution when you venture out on the ice. All of the restrooms are closed, except for the heated one near the top of the ramp. In open water, try Kastmasters or traditional baits and lures like worms, PowerBait or tube jigs. You may also want to try ice fishing gidgets tipped with worm, mealworm or maggots.The reservoir is holding at 65 percent full.

Regulations

LaSal Mountains

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

(Feb 6) Kens Lake is ice-free, and approximately 5,000 eight- to nine-inch rainbow trout are scheduled to be stocked within the week. Traditional baits are recommended. Hidden Lake and Dons Lake remain inaccessible. Although the Rattlesnake ponds are accessible, stocking has not yet occurred. Fishing is expected to be slow. None of the La Sal Mountain lakes are accessible, and they have not been stocked.

Logan River

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

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 26) Fishing is very good throughout the river. Flows are up and the river is experiencing spring-like conditions. Anglers have had success using small, size 20, renegade, typical nymph and brassie patterns. Fishing at the third dam has been fair for anglers catching smaller rainbows using PowerBait. Many thanks to Jodie Anderson, Conservation Officer Chris Schulze and Roundrocks Fly Shop for the report.

(Feb 20) Angling pressure is increasing, especially on sunny days. Fishing has been a little slow. On Sunday, anglers were catching smaller fish at Third Dam, using worms and salmon eggs. There have been midge hatches when the sun is out. Try using Prince nymphs, small brassy midges, streamers and dark woolly buggers. Many thanks to Jodie Anderson and Conservation Officer Chris Schulze for the report.

(Feb 12) Angling pressure continues to be fair. Most of the ice has melted, but there is a thin layer in the southeast side of the third dam. The river is experiencing spring-like runoff conditions, causing the water to be murky. There were a lot of anglers fishing by Red Banks campground, but the fishing was slow. There have been midge hatches when the sun is out. Try using prince nymphs, small brassy midges, streamers and dark woolly buggers. Many thanks to Jodie Anderson and Conservation Officer Chris Schulze for the report.

(Feb 5) The river is experiencing spring-like runoff conditions. Round Rocks Fly Shop reports very good fishing, especially between the first and second dams. Water temperatures are up and there are a lot of midge hatches when the sun is out. Anglers recommend using prince nymphs, small brassy midges, streamers or dark wooly buggers.

(Jan 30) The water is open. Many of the ice sheets have started melting, but please be careful when venturing out. There have been some midge hatches in the afternoons. Try fishing from noon to 3 p.m., using midge patterns (with a tungsten beadhead) and egg patterns.

Regulations

Minersville Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 27) The ice is gone, and anglers have shared mixed reports. Many fly anglers report slow fishing with nymphs, while others have had found fair to good success with streamers. One angler also mentioned better success after getting out into deeper water.

(Feb 12) The ice is gone, but we've received mixed reports from anglers. Many fly anglers report slow fishing using nymphs, though one reported fair to good fishing using streamers.

(Jan 29) The ice is melting, so you may find some success in open water.

Regulations

Ogden River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Feb 26) The water is crystal clear right now. More anglers have been fishing the south fork of the river, but the action has been slow.

(Feb 20) The water is crystal clear right now. More anglers have been fishing the south fork of the river, but the action has been slow.

(Feb 12) The south fork of the river is receiving good angling pressure. The water has started to clear up. Most anglers report slow fishing, but a few have been able to catch some browns.

(Feb 5) The South fork of the river is experiencing spring-like runoff conditions, so the water is a little murky. There aren't very many anglers fishing the river. Use caution when you venture out as the rocks may be slippery.

(Jan 30) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks, leaving open water throughout much of the upper river. The water is crystal clear, and there's very little angling pressure. The rocks can still be very slippery. Use caution when venturing out.

Regulations

Price River

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Provo River

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

(Feb 14) Lower: For best results, use big attractor nymphs or midge nymphs without beads. The warm weather has produced incredible midday midge hatches. You can still try throwing streamers from the start of town to Utah Lake to target hungry brown trout. Size 16 and 18 sow bugs are still working. Anglers are catching big rainbow trout using nymphs and dry flies. Black-colored midges and buffalo midges should start hatching soon. The water flows range from 101 cubic feet per second, below Deer Creek, to 82 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive.

Middle: Midge fishing is great. Try using midge nymphs without beads or using big attracter nymphs. Size 22 and smaller nymphs will still be good at midday. With the extremely warm January weather, there have been incredible midge hatches at midday that are becoming consistent. Black-colored midges and buffalo midges should start hatching soon. The water flow is around 130 cubic feet per second. They are higher, at or around 152 cubic feet per second, near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas.

(Feb 5) Lower: Try fishing with streamers from the start of town to Utah Lake and you may catch some hungry brown trout. Yu may also want to try sow bugs (sizes 16 & 18), San Juan worms or pale yellow egg drop patterns. Gold spinners are working for anglers who aren't fly fishing. Nymph or dry fly fishing seems to be producing the best results; anglers are catching big rainbow trout. Midge hatches are increasingly consistent. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges. The water flows range from 101 cubic feet per second below Deer Creek to 45 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive.

Middle: Fishing is good. Try using size 22, or smaller, cream-colored nymphs at midday. Water levels are near 126 cubic feet per second. Flows are higher, at or around 152 cubic feet per second, near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas. With the extremely warm temperatures for January, there has been an incredible and consistent midge hatch at midday. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges soon.

(Jan 29) Lower: Try fishing with streamers from the start of town to Utah Lake and you may catch some hungry brown trout. Yu may also want to try sow bugs (sizes 16 & 18), San Juan worms or pale yellow egg drop patterns. Gold spinners are working for anglers who aren't fly fishing. Nymph or dry fly fishing seems to be producing the best results; anglers are catching big rainbow trout. Midge hatches are increasingly consistent. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges. The water flows range from 101 cubic feet per second below Deer Creek to 45 cubic feet per second near Harbor Drive.

Middle: Fishing is good. Try using size 22, or smaller, cream-colored nymphs at midday. Water levels are near 126 cubic feet per second. Flows are higher, at or around 152 cubic feet per second, near the Jordanelle release and Charleston areas. With the extremely warm temperatures for January, there has been an incredible and consistent midge hatch at midday. Watch for black midges and buffalo midges soon.

Regulations

Scofield Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported 14 inches of ice with a layer of slush on top.

(Jan 30) On Jan. 28, Calvin Black reported 14 inches of ice with a layer of slush on top.

Regulations

Strawberry Reservoir

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

(Feb 14) The ice is holding steady because of the cold overnight temperatures, but no new ice is forming. The ice ranges 8 to 12 inches in many spots. Fishing has slowed down compared to a couple weeks ago. If you aren't getting bites, try to move around because the fish are likely biting somewhere else. A lot of anglers are using ATVs and sleds, but you should be very cautious. Haws now has water on the ice, and you can find open water near the Narrows. Last weekend, the best fishing was in 20 to 30 feet of water with ratfinkies, white tube jigs and orange-and-green gazillas. We still recommended using on- to two-inch jigs tipped with chub, mealworm or nightcrawler.

(Feb 5) Use extreme caution and make sure you drill test holes to check the ice conditions. If you aren't getting bites, move because the fish will bite somewhere else. There are eight to 12 inches of ice near the Highway 40 bay, Mud Creek, Jake's Bay and in the back of other protected bays with shallower water. Anglers report the best fishing using hot pink ratfinkies, white paddles bugs or yellow, white or pink ice flies. Try using one- to two-inch jigs tipped with chub, mealworm or nightcrawler (white paddle bugs, curly tails). If you taking an ATV or snowmobile, be extremely careful: A four-wheeler went through the ice a week ago.

(Jan 29) Use extreme caution and make sure you drill test holes to check the ice conditions. If you aren't getting bites, move because the fish will bite somewhere else. There are eight to 12 inches of ice near the Highway 40 bay, Mud Creek, Jake's Bay and in the back of other protected bays with shallower water. Anglers report the best fishing using hot pink ratfinkies, white paddles bugs or yellow, white or pink ice flies. Try using one- to two-inch jigs tipped with chub, mealworm or nightcrawler (white paddle bugs, curly tails). If you taking an ATV or snowmobile, be extremely careful: A four-wheeler went through the ice a week ago.

Regulations

Thousand Lakes Mountain

Trout

(Feb 13) Ice fishing can often be good in the Solomon Basin lakes, but you can only access if from the Emery County side.

(Jan 29) Ice fishing can often be good in the Solomon Basin lakes, but access is only possible from the Emery County side.

Tibble Fork Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Feb 14) Please use extreme caution around the shoreline. Try using small gidgets tipped with mealworms or nightcrawlers.

(Feb 5) Please use extreme caution around the shoreline. Use small gidgets tipped with meal worms and/or nightcrawlers for best results.

(Jan 29) Please use extreme caution around the shoreline. Use small gidgets tipped with meal worms and/or nightcrawlers for best results.

Regulations

Uinta Lakes

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

(Feb 26) Angling pressure has been very light. This is a great place to get out and enjoy some ice fishing, away from all the city noise. Good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop lakes.

(Feb 20) Angling pressure has been very light. This is a great place to get out and enjoy some ice fishing, away from all the city noise. Good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop lakes.

(Feb 12) With the ice melting on the valley lakes, this is a great time to ice fish in the Uinta Mountains. Try fishing Washington, Trial, Whitney or Hoop lakes. Be prepared for winter survival conditions.

(Feb 12) With the ice melting on the valley lakes, this is a great time to ice fish in the Uinta Mountains. Try fishing Washington, Trial, Whitney or Hoop lakes. Be prepared for winter survival conditions.

(Feb 5) With the ice melting on the valley lakes, this is a great time to ice fish in the Uinta Mountains. Try fishing Washington, Trial, Whitney or Hoop lakes. Be prepared for winter survival conditions.

(Jan 30) The road leading to Hoop Lake is mostly snow-packed, but it can be accessed with a four-wheel-drive truck, snowmobile or ATV. On a recent trip, the fishing was slow to fair with a few instances of quick hits. Three anglers caught about 1824 fish, most of which were rainbows. Anglers also caught four small Arctic grayling and one 16-inch cutthroat trout. All of the fish had vibrant colors. Bridger Lake sometimes experiences winterkill, so the fishing in January may not be as good as it was in December. Other good choices include Washington, Trial, Whitney and Hoop Lake.

Regulations

Weber River

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

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Feb 26) Fishing is picking up. One angler reported good fishing bouncing a brown jig along the bottom. Ice has started to accumulate on the rocks throughout the river, so be sure to use caution when venturing out.

(Feb 20) Angling pressure has been fairly light, but it increases during the weekends. Fishing has really slowed from the Red Barn area down to the city. Anglers have had success near Henefer. Try using blue-wing olives on sunny days and midges at just about any time.

(Feb 12) The ice has melted and the river is experiencing spring-like runoff conditions. That means the water will be quite murky. Try using streamers, woolly buggers or San Juan worms. Please use caution on the rocks because they may be slippery.

(Feb 8) Chris of Morgan reports: Fishing around the morgan area has been good for browns and white try nymphing with size 14 rainbow sow bugs and size 12 beadhead pheasant tail with fl. Pink thread or ice dubbing behind the bead

(Feb 5) The ice has melted and the Weber is experiencing spring runoff conditions. That means that the water will be quite murky. Try using streamers, wooly buggers or San Juan worms. Please use caution on the rocks because they may be slippery.

(Jan 30) Most of the ice shelves have melted off the rocks, leaving open water throughout much of the upper river. The rocks can still be very slippery. Please use extreme caution when venturing out. Even the rocks beneath the water can be ice-covered and slippery.

Regulations

Willow Lake

Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

No recent reports.













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