Fly Fishing Utah  by Steve Schmidt

Fly Fishing Utah Guide Book

by Steve Schmidt (No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks)
Fly Fishing Utah  by Steve Schmidt
Now fly fish the famous and the little known in magnificent Utah! This guidebook helps you quickly absorb the essential information you'll need to fly fish Utah's most outstanding waters. Why No Nonsense? You'll save time. In a few moments you'll know how and where to fly fish in Utah. Detailed maps, annotated by the author show you how to get there and where to fish. Illustractions show you flies, fish and everything you need.

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As you travel south, Utah’s spectacular granite peaks, glaciated valleys, and subalpine meadows give way to equally breathtaking red rock. Here, due to the region’s arid climate, recreational and fish ...
Antimony, UT - Fly-Fishing
The Cache Valley has more fly shops per capita than anywhere else in Utah. This is not necessarily surprising given the number of quality fishing waters within a short distance of this scenic rural ar ...
Logan, UT - Fly-Fishing
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Located approximately 200 miles southeast of Salt Lake City and 300 miles northeast of Las Vegas, Boulder Mountain (the Boulders) was until just recently among Utah’s best-kept fishing secrets. The 80 ...
Grover, UT - Fly-Fishing
Capped with a 300- to 400-foot layer of lava, the Boulders are aptly named. Generally speaking, a high-clearance vehicle will suffice, but 4WD is highly recommended for all roads on the mountain. At b ...
Escalante, UT - Fly-Fishing
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In central Utah, at the bottom of Straight Canyon, you’ll find one of Utah’s most scenic waters. Cottonwood Creek flows through a valley floor of sagebrush, juniper, cottonwood, and piñon, all shaded ...
Orangeville, UT - Fly-Fishing
Currant Creek is a small yet prolific piece of water for both insects and fish. Running 18 miles from the highway to Currant Creek Reservoir, the creek is a typical small, western freestone water that ...
Fruitland, UT - Fly-Fishing
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The cottonwood-lined banks of the Duchesne River, (pronounced ‘du-shane’) the largest of the Uintas’ south-slope streams, contrast sharply with the area’s predominant red sandstone ledges and terraces ...
Duchesne, UT - Fly-Fishing
As mentioned with regard to the North Fork, over the years the main Duchesne River has been the principal focus of local fishermen. Because of accessibility issues on the main river, however, the Nort ...
Duchesne, UT - Fly-Fishing
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If you like fly fishing moving water, the Fremont River provides all types of opportunities and challenges. The upper and lower sections are famous for their large, catchable browns and hearty rainbow ...
Bicknell, UT - Fly-Fishing
Exhilarating scenery, dazzlingly clear water, and more than enough big fish to go around make the Green River the premier trout stream in Utah and one of the finest in all the western states. This bea ...
Dutch John, UT - Fly-Fishing
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In a remote area of Utah lies a jewel of a stream, Huntington Creek. This medium-sized tailwater fishery emerges from the depths of Electric Lake and winds its way through some of the state’s most sce ...
Fairview, UT - Fly-Fishing
With its source in the fertile valleys of southern Idaho, the Logan River runs rich with aquatic life by the time it passes into Utah. As it flows south through the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, this ...
Logan, UT - Fly-Fishing
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The South Fork of the Ogden River flows out of Causey Reservoir through the surrounding hills with large cottonwood stands, and into Pineview Reservoir. Although not a large tailwater by western stand ...
Huntsville, UT - Fly-Fishing
If you fish Antimony Creek, you owe it to yourself to try another little gem in the Dixie National Forest—Pine Lake. Nestled in otherwise arid surroundings, this little still water is smaller than man ...
Panguitch, UT - Fly-Fishing
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Although located in a remote part of the state, the Price River, spilling from the bottom of Scofield Reservoir, is another of Utah’s good tailwater fisheries. Perceived fishing pressure on the upper ...
Price, UT - Fly-Fishing
The lower Provo is Utah’s best wild brown trout stream. Shadowed by spectacular Mount Timpanogas, the lower section of the Provo flows from Deer Creek Dam through the narrow confines of Provo Canyon. ...
Park City, UT - Fly-Fishing
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The middle section of the Provo was not considered one of Utah’s premier trout waters until the completion of Jordanelle Dam. Before then the river suffered from minimal flows, little insect diversity ...
Charleston, UT - Fly-Fishing
In 1980, Strawberry and Soldier Creek reservoirs were combined to create what is now known only as Strawberry Reservoir or, as locals refer to it, “the Berry.” Located 23 miles east of Heber City in t ...
Heber City, UT - Fly-Fishing
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One of Utah’s most aesthetically pleasing trout streams is the Strawberry River. This small and pristine tailwater fishery meanders from riffle to pool beneath the red walls and white pinnacles of a b ...
Heber City, UT - Fly-Fishing
The Uinta Mountains are divided by a ridgeline running east-west. Located in the northeastern corner of the state, the north slope of this divide is made up of glaciated valleys and meadows that are h ...
Evanston, WY - Fly-Fishing
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