The Provo River
Upper, Middle and Lower
We call each of these sections by location names.
"Upper" above Jordanelle has limited public access and is a freestone river. Fishing can be spotty, public area's tend to get hit pretty hard. Large fish from the reservoir use the lower section for spawning. Every year a few incredible fish are caught. Better for more advanced anglers .
"Middle" This section of river from Jordanelle to Deer Creek is Utah's most popular fly fishing water. Huge fish counts up to 6000 fish per mile in the upper quarter of the river. Dry fly fishing can be fantastic. Think Midge, Caddis and BWO for most times of the year. Nymphing is the most consistent day in and day out. Fish are pattern sensitive and get heavy pressure.This section contains great runs, tailouts and riffles. You may need to walk a bit for some solitude. The general etiquette rule is casting distance to another angler. Politeness goes a long way on the "Middle" This section gets crowded on weekends. If your looking for good fishing and wildlife viewing this section is great. If you want to be alone look elsewhere, Yearly 26"+ fish are C&R.
"Lower" This section of river is one of our favorite. Heavy pressure and Dry fly fishing is spotty at best. Winter tends to be the best for consistent surface action. These fish love sow bugs and caddis emergers. Fish deep, the lower offers one of the better opportunity's to catch a fish over 20" Rainbows dominate but large browns live here as well. The summer rubber hatch can be annoying but the fish don't spook.
The Weber River
Upper , Middle and Lower
Private and Public
Most of the Weber river is located on private property with plenty of public access. On the Weber you can find your own piece of river. This area that is nestled in and out of grazing land and can be home to some very large brown trout. This is a great river if you like to hole hop with dries or post up in a riffle with nymphs. In the fall brown trout are just waiting to eat your hoppers. The spring and summer are great times to find fish poking their heads up to blue wing olives, pale morning dunes, caddis and stone flies.
The Fontenelle (Green River, SW Wyoming)
Located in south west Wyoming's Green River Basin. We offer full day float trips for 1 to 2 anglers. This section of the green offers very large numbers and large sizes of rainbow, brown and cuttthroat trout without the crowds. Enjoy a day of fishing long runs from our raft surrounded by Wyoming's picturesque high plateau landscape.
High Uinta and Small Streams
A surcharge of up to $50 may be required depending on location.