Fall is quickly approaching and with it comes some really good fishing in the area, with the dog days of summer behind us the fishing pressure has eased off as well, there are still plenty of good fish to be caught if you are willing to put in the time on the water and figure…Details
SOUTHERN UTAH FISHING REPORT Fremont River.the upper Fremont continues to fish well using a hopper dropper set up, with the cooling temperatures the fish have started to become more aggressive, olive buggers have been working great to get there attention. the lower Fremont is still running off color. Mill Meadow.This has been the best water…Details
these are pictures from the last week of fishing enjoy and get out there and fish.
U.M. Creek. Fishing has slowed, with the warmer weather the cutthroat seek deeper cover and become more difficult to catch here, hoppers fished close to the undercut banks and up under the over hanging brush is picking up a couple fish. Seven mile. Fishing remains good for feisty brook trout and a small handful…Details
Fishlake: Fishing has been fair to good outside the weed line in the twin creeks area for Rainbows and a few Splake, we use a sz 12 olive wooly bugger and trail it with a sz 14 pheasant tail nymph.the takes can be light so be ready. Millmeadow. The reservoir is is filling currently, the…Details
FISHLAKE.We have Been fishing sz 10 olive buggers with a pheasant tail dropper just out side the weed line for Rainbows fishing has been best in the area surrounding twincreeks. JOHNSON VALLEY. The Suckers are schooling up along the dam and at the inlets to spawn and they are being shadowed by some larger Tiger Muskies,…Details
The fishing is amazing right now on most of the streams and the fremont river. the fish are keying in to almost any big attractor Dry Fly we have thrown. here is a few pictures of the latest.
Grayling season is here on 1
or 2 lakes and improving all the time.
now is the time to call. we went up on the mtn today and did amazing.
Upper Fremont. The River still only has flows from the spill over at johnsons, water clarity is down a little, the Fish have been picking up hares ear nymphs, the Lower Fremont below hiway 12 is low and Clear, there have been good hatches of bluewing olives and the caddis are starting to come off…Details
The Hatches have started on the Upper Fremont and on U.M. creek, The Cutthroat are actively spawning on most of the mtn Lakes and on the Streams, so be careful and don’t step on the spawning beds.
we hope you enjoy the photo’s from are most recent trips.