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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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Beaver Mountain Lakes

Rainbow Trout

(Oct 10) Fishing is fair to good at all lakes. Anderson Meadow Reservoir has been drained for dam repairs.

Beaver River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Oct 10) Lower: Water flows are regular with releases from Minersville Reservoir. Fishing has been fair for rainbows.

Upper: Brown trout get aggressive in the fall as they prepare to spawn. Streamer patterns, spinners or flashy lures can produce well. You may also want to try egg patterns.

(Sep 25) Lower: Water flows are regular with releases from Minersville Reservoir. Fishing has been fair for rainbows.

Upper: Small brown and rainbow trout are abundant. Flies and small spinners typically produce well in the summer.

Regulations

Benches Pond Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Blacksmith Fork River

Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Whitefish

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Oct 17) Round Rocks Fly Shop reports that fishing is very good. The water was a little murky recently, but it should be nice and clear now. Anglers are catching browns, rainbows and cutthroats. Throughout the day, anglers are having success with nymphs, especially shiny nymphs like El Diablos or white PMDs. During the last 30 min of the day, anglers are having success using size 18 or 20 traditional dry flies. Thanks to Round Rocks for the report. Be careful and do not step on the redds (brown trout spawning areas) while fishing.

(Oct 10) Chad from Round Rocks fly shop in Logan reported good fishing in the upper Blacksmith Fork River, just below the dam. He fished for four hours using bead head pheasant tail nymphs and caddis flies and caught eight brown and three cutthroat trout. Brown trout are starting to get very aggressive in preparation for the spawn. Try using dry flies at the confluence. Streamers are also work well this time of year.

(Oct 3) The brown trout are aggressive and preparing to spawn. Anglers report good fishing for browns, rainbows and whitefish using worms throughout the river. Anglers are also seeing success using beaded spinners and a fly and a bubble near the dam. During the day, anglers are having success using black woolly buggers, streamers, hoppers, baetis and caddis flies. During the evening, anglers prefer to use nymphs, pheasant tails and scuds. Many thanks to Colton from Roundrocks Fly Shop in Logan for the report.

(Sep 25) The brown trout are aggressive and preparing to spawn. Anglers report good fishing for browns, rainbows and whitefish using worms throughout the river. Anglers are also seeing success using beaded spinners and a fly and a bubble near the dam. During the day, anglers are having success using black whirly buggers, streamers, hoppers, bates and caddis flies. During the evening, anglers prefer to use nymphs, pheasant tails and scuds. Many thanks to Colton from Roundrocks Fly Shop in Logan for the report.

(Sep 25) The brown trout are aggressive and preparing to spawn. Anglers report good fishing for browns, rainbows and whitefish using worms throughout the river. Anglers are also seeing success using beaded spinners and a fly and a bubble near the dam. During the day, anglers are having success using black whirly buggers, streamers, hoppers, bates and caddis flies. During the evening, anglers prefer to use nymphs, pheasant tails and scuds. Many thanks to Colton from Roundrocks Fly Shop in Logan for the report.

Boulder Mountain Lakes

Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Oct 10) October is one of the best months of the year to fish on Boulder Mountain. A variety of flies, small lures or jigs can produce well. If you're fishing with bait, use natural baits like nightcrawlers or grasshoppers. If fishing is slow at one lake, move to another.

(Sep 25) Fish are congregating in deeper water in many lakes. Look for fishing to really pick up as soon as the weather cools down. A variety of flies, small lures and jigs can produce well. If you're fishing with bait, use natural baits like nightcrawlers or grasshoppers. If fishing is slow at one lake, move to another.

(Sep 25) Fishing is fair to good at all lakes. Anderson Meadow Reservoir has been drained for dam repairs.

Regulations

Boulger Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Chalk Creek

Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Clear Creek

Rainbow Trout

(Oct 10) Work to remove nonnative trout from 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 for the rest of 2014 will be above the narrows. Fingerling cutthroat stocked this fall in the rest of Clear Creek will be six to eight inches in length next summer.

(Sep 25) Your best chance to find catchable-sized fish for the rest of 2014 will be above the narrows. Fingerling cutthroat stocked this fall in the rest of Clear Creek will be six to eight inches in length next summer.

Cleveland Reservoir

Rainbow Trout

(Oct 17) Aquatics personnel conducted a population survey last week and biologist Calvin Black was pleasantly surprised at the health and size of the rainbow trout population. Most of the rainbow trout ranged from 11 to 17 inches, but one cutthroat trout measured 21 inches. The biggest surprise was a 23.5-inch, six-pound brown trout that was netted.

Clinton City Park Pond

Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Corn Creek

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Oct 10) Brown trout get aggressive in the fall as they prepare to spawn. Streamer patterns, spinners or flashy lures can produce well. You may also want to try egg patterns.

(Sep 25) Summer fishing can be good with flies, small spinners and natural baits. Catchable-sized rainbow trout have been stocked near campgrounds in Corn Creek, Chalk Creek and Oak Creek.

Currant Creek

Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Duck Fork Reservoir

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Oct 17) On Oct. 15, Tom Ogden and Randy Rodriguez fly fished from kick boats using sinking line and size 6-8 soft hackle flies, size 8 Canada blood leeches and olive leeches. In five hours, they caught 10 tiger trout in the 12- to 18-inch range, and 19 cutthroat trout in the 10- to 17-inch range. Fishing picked up after 1 p.m.

Regulations

East Fork of Sevier River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Oct 10) Kingston Canyon: Water flows are down to 20 cubic feet per second because it's the end of irrigation season. Brown trout get aggressive in the fall as they prepare to spawn. Streamer patterns, spinners or flashy lures can produce well. You may also want to try egg patterns.

Black Canyon: Fishing is fair to good with a variety of fly patterns. Brown trout get aggressive in the fall as they prepare to spawn. Streamer patterns, spinners or flashy lures can produce well. You may also want to try egg patterns.

Upper: Brown trout get aggressive in the fall as they prepare to spawn. Streamer patterns, spinners or flashy lures can produce well. You may also want to try egg patterns.

(Sep 25) Kingston Canyon: Flows have dropped to 40 cfs: a perfect level for fishing. Look for brown trout to start pre-spawn aggression in the next few weeks.

Black Canyon: Fishing is fair to good with a variety of fly patterns.

Upper: Brown, brook and rainbow trout are abundant and generally provide good fishing throughout the summer. Try using flies, lures or natural baits.

Regulations

Electric Lake

Cutthroat Trout

(Oct 17) One angler reported sporadic fishing using worms. The Division conducted a gillnet sampling and collected a number of chunky tiger and cutthroat trout in the 13- to 19-inch range. No kokanee salmon were collected, but anglers have reported catching several in the 12- to 14-inch range.

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

(Oct 10) Rainbow trout are still providing good fishing for boat anglers trolling popgear and for shore anglers using flies or bait near Twin Creeks. Yellow perch also offer fast action by jigging just outside the weedline.

(Sep 25) Fishing is in its normal summer pattern. Boat anglers report good fishing for rainbow trout by trolling popgear. Shore anglers should try using flies or bait near Twin Creeks. Yellow perch also offer fast action if you jig just outside the weedline.

Regulations

Green River

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

STOP NEW ZEALAND MUDSNAIL

(Oct 16) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Both dry flies and top/bottom combinations are working well. Try a combination with a grasshopper or large terrestrial on top, followed by an emerger, scud, midge larva or egg imitation as a trailer. Also, be prepared to switch techniques if a hatch begins in your area. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Oct 9) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Both dry flies and top/bottom combinations are working well. Try a combination with a grasshopper or large terrestrial on top, followed by an emerger, scud, midge larva or egg imitation as a trailer. Also, be prepared to switch techniques if a hatch begins in your area. Lures are also working well. Try crankbaits, spinners, spoons and jigs in fish, crayfish, black, white, silver and gold colors.

(Sep 25) Lower Green: Walt Maldonado recommends using chicken livers if you're targeting larger-sized catfish. Nightcrawlers are good for small- to medium-sized cats.

(Sep 25) Anglers report good fishing for browns and rainbows. Both dry flies and top/bottom combinations are working well. Try a combination with a grasshopper or large terrestrial on top, followed by an emerger, scud, midge larva or egg imitation as a trailer. Also, be prepared to switch techniques if a hatch begins in your area. 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

(Oct 17) Recent flash floods have once again scoured the streambed. You'll find the remaining trout population within a mile of the dam. Expect better fishing closer to the outflow.

Regulations

Huntington Reservoir

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

(Oct 17) One angler reported hot fishing. He caught tiger trout in the 16- to 18-inch range using worms. During the past week, aquatics personnel conducted a fish population survey. Biologist Calvin Black said that numerous, healthy tiger trout were netted. The trout were in the 12- to 26-inch range and one fish weighed six pounds. Black expects that anglers will see great fishing this fall and into early winter.

(Sep 25) On Sept. 17, Tom Ogden fly fished from a kick boat with two other anglers. In six hours, the group caught 38 tiger trout in the seven- to 18-inch range. They used sizes 6-8 soft hackle patterns on sinking line. Fishing was better after 10:30 a.m. Tom also reported that fishing was good for other anglers in watercraft, but that fishing was slow for shore anglers. On Sept. 22, Russ Stevens reported good fishing over the weekend. He was trolling with popgear and a worm or a Kastmaster. Terry Sanslow reported similarly good results with popgear and a worm. Terry caught a dozen tiger trout up to 15 inches.

Regulations

Jordanelle Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Oct 9) Anglers have seen fish in 15–25 feet of water. Use worms for bait.

Regulations

LaSal Mountains

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

No recent reports.

Logan River

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

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Oct 17) The Logan River is fishing very well right now. Anglers are catching browns, rainbows and cutthroats. Throughout the day, anglers are having the most success with nymphs, especially shiny nymphs like El Diablos or white PMDs. During the last 30 minutes of the day, anglers are having more success using traditional dry flies (in size 18 or 20). Now is a great time to come out and fish the river. Thanks to Round Rocks Fly Shop for the report.

(Oct 10) Colton from the Round Rocks Fly Shop reports great fishing. The water is crystal clear and the water level is at base flows. A group of friends recently had a great trip fishing between the second and third dams, and a little above the third dam. The group caught and released about 20 fish using purple midges, caddis nymphs and top-water attractors like renegades and caddis flies. They had better fishing using nymphs in the early afternoon and dry flies in the late afternoon. Brown trout are getting ready to spawn and are feeding aggressively. Now is a great time to fish the Logan River.

(Oct 3) Water clarity is excellent, and you can easily see fish swimming and feeding at the lower dam. Try using a fly-and-bubble rig with dry flies or nymphs. For the rest of the river, use egg patterns and streamers. Brown trout are very aggressive as they prepare to spawn. Near Tony Grove and Temple Fork, try using dry flies and nymphs. Anglers are catching whitefish in the lower sections of the river using scuds. They are also catching rainbows and cutthroats on black woolly buggers. Now is a great time to come out and fish the river. Thanks to Colton at the Round Rocks Fly Shop for his report.

(Sep 25) Anglers report good fishing for brown trout preparing to spawn. Anglers are having success throughout the river using egg patterns, streamers and hoppers during the day. Try usig dry flies and nymphs near Tony's Grove and Temple Fork. Whitefish are biting on scuds in the lower sections of the river. Rainbows and cutthroats are biting on black whirly buggers. Now is a great time to come out and fish the Logan. Many thanks to Colton from Roundrocks Fly Shop for the report.

(Sep 25) Anglers report good fishing for brown trout preparing to spawn. Anglers are having success throughout the river using egg patterns, streamers and hoppers during the day. Try usig dry flies and nymphs near Tony's Grove and Temple Fork. Whitefish are biting on scuds in the lower sections of the river. Rainbows and cutthroats are biting on black whirly buggers. Now is a great time to come out and fish the Logan. Many thanks to Colton from Roundrocks Fly Shop for the report.

Regulations

Minersville Reservoir

Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Oct 10) Irrigation releases have ended and the lake's water level has stabilized. Trout are starting to get more active and fishing is improving for fly anglers in float tubes.

(Sep 25) The water level is dropping due to irrigation releases. Anglers who are trolling report fair fishing for trout and wipers. Both flashy lures and minnow imitations are working. Smallmouth bass fishing is fair to good.

Regulations

Ogden River

Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

(Oct 17) Some anglers report tough fishing in the south fork of the river. For fly fishing, the team at Anglers Den recommends using Prince nymphs (in size 16 or 18), sow bugs, Copper Johns, blue-wing olives (in size 18 or 20) or Parachute Adams. For spinners and lures, try using small Rapalas with a brown trout or rainbow trout pattern. A Blue Fox Vibrax (in size 1 or 2) should also do well. Thanks to Anglers Den for the report! The Magpie and Botts campgrounds — which offer easier access to the river — are still open. Other campgrounds up the river have closed, but you can still find access points.

(Oct 10) A self-proclaimed inexperienced fly angler fished the South Fork of the Ogden, but didn't have any success. He fished from the Magpie Campground up to the privately owned Mount Ogden Campground. He saw quite a few fish, but — despite trying an arsenal of dry flies, nymphs and wooly buggers — he couldn't get them to bite. Other anglers have also reported slow fishing in this section of the river. The Magpie and Botts campgrounds — which offer easier access to the river — are still open. Other campgrounds up the river have closed, but you can still find access to the river. The river through town was recently stocked with rainbow trout.

(Oct 3) Despite the rainwater, flows are very good and water clarity is excellent. The Magpie and Botts campgrounds continue to stay open, offering easy access to the river. Other upriver campgrounds are closed, but there are still pullouts that provide access to the river. The river through town was recently stocked with rainbow trout.

(Sep 25) The South Fork of the Ogden has good flows with crystal clear water. During the week, angling pressure is light on this section of the river. Magpie and Botts campgrounds are currently open and offer easy access to the river. Other campgrounds up the river are closed, but you can still access the river from pull-outs. The river through town was recently stocked with rainbow trout.

(Sep 25) The South Fork of the Ogden has good flows with crystal clear water. During the week, angling pressure is light on this section of the river. Magpie and Botts campgrounds are currently open and offer easy access to the river. Other campgrounds up the river are closed, but you can still access the river from pull-outs. The river through town was recently stocked with rainbow trout.

Regulations

Price River

Rainbow Trout

No recent reports.

Regulations

Provo River

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

(Oct 9) Lower: At this time of year, you can use just about anything to catch trout on the fly. Midges, Adams and even hoppers have caught the attention of a few nice-sized trout. Expect some weeds because flows are low. The water temperature is around 50°F. Try fishing in the early morning and late evening.

Middle: Water levels have dropped, and we're still seeing some good hatches on warmer days. It's the time of year to start getting excited about baetis fishing! Blue wing olives are best for dry-fly use (preferred size #20–#22). The water temperature is around 50°F. The brown trout spawn will be starting soon.

Regulations

Scofield Reservoir

Crayfish, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Oct 17) Multiple anglers report good to excellent fishing. On Oct. 9, an angler on BigFishTackle.com reported catching 22 cutthroats in 4.5 hours. He fished the southeast shoreline and said he got a bite or fish with every cast. He wrote that bait preferences changed as the day advanced. He used corn-flavored PowerBait, nightcrawlers and chubs over the course of the day. On Oct. 5, Makeda and Pat Hanson fished bait on the surface for about an hour with minimal success. After changing tactics and sinking chub meat to the bottom, Makeda said they couldn't keep the trout off their lines. They were bank fishing near the dam.

Fishing was a little too good for three anglers who recently put 23 trout on ice — most of which were within the slot — before being visited by a conservation officer. Only one angler had a fishing license. The trio had been using dead minnows and anchovies.

(Sep 25) On Sept. 20, Kathy Jo Martinez and her companion caught 30 12- to 15-inch cutthroat trout in three hours using a silver Kastmaster or rainbow Krocodile lure. The largest fish weighed nearly three pounds. On Sept. 20, State Park Manager Jonathan Hunt reported catching plenty of 8- to 14-inch cutthroat trout. He averaged six fish per hour, but noted fishing was sporadic throughout the day. Bank and boat anglers seemed to do well.

Regulations

Strawberry Reservoir

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

(Oct 9) Cooler temperatures have fish very active at the Berry. Renegade has been a hotspot, so it may be fairly crowded. The best fishing seems to be in the morning. Try using white marabou jigs and/or tube jigs, leeches and olive woolly buggers.

(Oct 5) Edward of Bountiful fished Coop Creek and caught 5 rainbows and 3 cutts using Rapala and tube jigs. "Went fishing early Sunday Morning (before sunrise) and fishing was hot for both those fishing with Lures and Worms. Fall is here and many of my fish were caught from the shore using a Tube Jig and Rapala. I landed a nice Cutt & Bow both well over 20". Once sunrise I waded about 20 feet from the shore and landed 5 more fish. Fished from 7-10 and had a blast. A gentleman 20 feet from me landed 20 plus fish using worms....... cheater We both has a great day."

(Oct 2) Mark and Jody Covington fished south the of marina and caught 15 rainbows, 4 cutts and 4 kokanee using rainbow and pink/orange PowerBait. "Awesome day! caught some very nice big healthy fish!!!"

Regulations

Thousand Lakes Mountain

Trout

(Oct 10) Anglers report good fishing for small cutthroat and rainbows. To catch bigger fish, concentrate on deeper water with brown or olive woolly buggers.

(Sep 25) Anglers report good fishing for small cutthroat and rainbows. To catch bigger fish, concentrate on deeper water with brown or olive woolly buggers.

Tibble Fork Reservoir

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout

(Oct 9) The reservoir is very busy, but fall weather is bringing fish closer to shore. This is a great time to catch some of the browns. The vegetation around the shoreline can sometimes make it difficult to fish. The reservoir was last stocked in September, and it will not be stocked again until spring.

Regulations

Uinta Lakes

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

(Oct 17) Mirror Lake Highway lakes: These lakes are stocked heavily and offer good fishing. If the action is slow at one lake, move on to another. Watch closely as the fish are rising. If their jump leaves an air bubble, it usually means they are taking flies off the surface. Under those circumstances, use a fly that floats on the surface (a caddis, foam ant or hopper). If the fish rise in a swirl that does not leave a bubble, they are likely taking flies below the surface. At that point, you may want to use a Prince nymph, a hare's ear or a combination of the two. You don't actually need a fly rod to fish this way.

(Oct 10) Several inches of new snow were reported earlier this week at Mirror Lake. While the snow is likely to melt off with a string of sunny days, be sure you're prepared for winter survival when venturing into the Uintas.

(Oct 3) Several inches of new snow were reported earlier this week at Mirror Lake. While the snow is likely to melt off with a string of sunny days, be sure you're prepared for winter survival when venturing into the Uintas.

(Sep 25) The fall colors are spectacular right now, and the fish are actively feeding. Try fishing with a fly and bubble rigged with two flies. Or try a stimulator pattern on the top and a emerger soft hackle pattern on the bottom in size 14 or 16. Fish were readily taking both patterns this week.

Mirror Lake Highway Lakes: These lakes are stocked heavily and offer good fishing. If you don't find good fishing at one, move on to another. Watch closely as the fish rise — if their jump leaves an air bubble, it usually means they are taking flies off the surface. Use a fly that floats readily on the surface like a caddis, foam ant or hopper. If their rise is more of a swirl that doesn't leave a bubble, they are likely taking flies below the surface. Use a prince nymph, hare's ear or a combination of the two called a Prince Hairy. You don't need a fly rod to fish this way—you can use your spinning outfit.

Uintas North Slope Lakes: Anglers interviewed Sept. 15 were doing good fishing with bloodworm patterns at Bridger Lake. Be sure to take your fishing rod with you as you explore the north slope road on your ATV.

Regulations

Weber River

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

STOP WHIRLING DISEASE

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY

(Oct 17) Roger from Smitty's Tire and Service reports fair fishing for brown trout. The browns are concentrating on digging their redds (spawning areas) as they prepare to spawn. Nymphs seem to work best this time of year. Try using egg patterns, Prince nymphs (in size 16 or 18), sow bugs, Copper Johns, blue-wing olives (in size 18 or 20) or Parachute Adams. For spinners and lures, try using small Rapalas with a brown trout or rainbow trout pattern. Be careful and do not step on the redds while fishing.

(Oct 10) Water clarity has cleared up since the last rain storm. Visibility is excellent further upstream, but river is still somewhat cloudy below the mouth of the Weber Canyon. Reservoirs have stopped letting water out for irrigation, so the water flows are minimal in areas below dams. Flows pick up farther down the river. Northern Region aquatics manager Paul Thompson recently fished the Weber near the Henifer and Morgan area and reported great fishing. He fished for five hours and mostly caught brown trout using white or brown streamers, nymphs, rainbow-colored sowbugs or hares ear. Using hoppers on top of the water or drowned hoppers underneath the surface should also work well. Brown trout are feeding aggressively as they prepare to spawn, which makes this a great time to fish the Weber.

(Sep 25) Anglers report slow fishing throughout the river because of low water levels and lots of aquatic vegetation. Brown trout should pick up as they are more aggressive in preparation for the spawn.

Regulations

Willow Lake

Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout (hybrid)

(Sep 25) Fishing was good last weekend using PowerBait, according to conservation officer James Thomas. Try using corn-flavored or rainbow-colored PowerBait.













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