Grayling

Grayling On The Boulders? You Bet! You don’t  have to know me very long to discover I have a soft spot for these fish, I suppose it started when I was 12 years old and found myself way back in the Uinta mountains on a little lake, once I discovered them, the  place held my…

Rainbow Trout

Like many waters in the area Rainbow trout were introduced to provide a sport fishery, although many of the streams and lakes now contain fish that were once native to the area, or are easier to manage, there are still a few great streams and lakes with Rainbows in them, one of the streams we…

Colorado Cutthroat

Colorado Cutthroat Colorado Cutthroat like the Bonneville are most easily identified again by the way that the stream drains. All streams that drain towards the Colorado or would have typically contain Colorado Cutthroat. Many of the high mountain lakes here also contain healthy populations of Colorado Cutthroat, and grow them to record size with some…

Brook Trout

Brook Trout Brook Trout are not as common as they once were on Boulder Mountain, with the Fish & Game leaning more towards the native cutthroat species of the area. However, there are still a few trophy Brook Trout waters on Boulder Mountain, and a few waters with 12-14" Brook Trout, many of the Brook…

Bonneville Cutthroat

Bonneville Cutthroat Bonneville Cutthroat are one of our native species. The simplest identification of Bonneville Cutthroat in Southern Utah is not necessarily in being able to distinguish the spot patterns rather in the way the stream drains. All streams that drain towards the Sevier River including the Sevier River itself , typically contain Bonneville Cutthroat.…

Splake

Splake Splake were primarily developed for the high/low water conditions of the many reservoirs throughout the state. They are often confused as Brook Trout on Boulder Mountain because of their similarities to this parent fish. Simple identification is whether the tail has any fork in it or not, as a Brook Trout will have a…

Brown Trout

Brown Trout Our primary Brown Trout water is the Fremont River and its tributaries. Close to 9,000 Brown Trout are stocked every year on the lower Fremont River, while Mill Meadow Reservoir and the Upper Fremont contain a healthy population of totally wild Browns There are a few tributaries that contain some of the best…

Tiger Trout

Tiger Trout Hybrids were developed for a few different reasons. The first was a localized problem of whirling disease, and to breed a fish that was more resilient to the disease. The second was to create a fish that was sterile and easier to manage. The third was to have a fish that was capable…