Birch Creek Reservoir

Woodruff, Utah 84086

Birch Creek Reservoir

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"Nestled in Rich County just west of Woodruff, this is just far enough away from the big Wasatch Front population centers to be relatively uncrowded. There are some picnic tables and a pit toilet here as well as a couple of ponds right below the dam that dry up toward the end of hot summers. Primitive camping is allowed on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ground around the lake. Key Species: Tiger trout and cutthroat trout.

Birch Creek receives a plant of fingerling tiger trout each year. Anglers may also catch a few native cutthroat trout. The reservoir tends to be best early in the season before it is drawn down. Most anglers simply cast bait from shore, though some cast hardware or even flies in the evening. The nature of the reservoir does not lend itself to boats, though it would probably be possible to launch a small canoe or boat tube here."

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Best Spring and fall
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