Best Fishing in Utah

This list represents the most popular fishing in Utah. Use this list to plan your next Utah fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Although Utah is the second driest state in the Union, there’s a lot of fishing here, ...
Echo is one of Utah’s most visible reservoirs, as it lies along the interstate. Water-skiers ...
Situated in a remote part of Cache County on the East Fork of the Little Bear River, facilities ...
Like its sister canyon to the north, most people only view Little Cottonwood Creek as ...
Situated on the north shore of the Great Salt Lake, Locomotive Springs Wildlife Management ...
Across the highway from the Fruitland store and gas station, you’ll find the reservoir ...
Fishing on Boulder Mountain provides an authentic backcountry experience for those willing ...
There is only foot access around the reservoir. Key Species: Rainbow trout, brown trout, ...
East Canyon Creek’s headwaters start near Park City and run north to East Canyon Reservoir. ...
Nestled in Rich County just west of Woodruff, this is just far enough away from the big ...
This is a surprisingly large desert reservoir with only a little shade and few facilities. ...
Welcome to Utah, the second-driest state in the nation. Now grab a rod and hit the water, ...
A 15-minute drive from Salt Lake City, this 249-acre reservoir does not see as much pressure ...
Named after a famous local outlaw, Matt Warner Reservoir is the largest of the three Diamond ...
Welcome to Utah, the second-driest state in the nation. Now grab a rod and hit the water, ...
Redmond Lake is southwest of the town of Redmond. A small ramp serves this low-elevation ...
This is a small alpine lake surrounded by forest located on the Red Cloud Loop Road north ...
There are two boat ramps at Recapture: one on the north side and one on the south side. ...
Its proximity to Salt Lake makes Mill Creek popular among recreationists along the Wasatch ...
When the Bear River enters Utah at the Idaho state line, it is a far different water than ...
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