Although summer is over, you don’t need to wait for the ice to form to fish again. Fishing in the fall can be one of the best times to fish in Utah. Fish are actively feeding in preparation for winter. Many of Utah’s lake, rivers and streams are full of hungry fish.
There have been some very large fish recently caught at Fish Lake, Scofield Reservoir, Strawberry Reservoir and Joe’s Valley Reservoir this fall. While other rivers and lakes are very hot right now such as East Canyon Reservoir, Scofield Reservoir and the Duchene River. You can check the latest fishing reports before heading out to help you decide where to go and what to try.
Be prepared for cool and sometimes unpredictable weather, but with a little planning your fall fishing trip could be the best trip of the year.
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We Fish Utah Staff