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Bear River Sponsored by
Date 31-Oct-15
Water Condition
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Conditions : The Bear River: Fishing has been decent with nightcrawlers, spinners, and Jakes lures. Fly fisherman fish nymph patterns, prince nymphs, copper johns, and pheasant tails.

Reported by: Sportsmans Warehouse Pocatello

Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners

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About: - Bear River - The Bear River originates in Idaho and runs into Utah near the town of Cornish, south into Cutler Reservoir, southwest and east of Tremonton through Bear River City to the Great Salt Lake. The upper section of river flows through Idaho's beautiful backcounty and primarily host trout. In Utah the river's contains a large variety of fish species from rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout and Rocky Mountain whitefish in Summit County; brown and rainbow trout, whitefish, carp and suckers in Rich County; channel catfish, walleye, largemouth bass, yellow perch, green sunfish, whitefish, black bullheads, and crappie in Cache and Box Elder counties.  Facilities are available in the nearby towns. From Corinne to the Great Salt Lake the river is fished heavily for catfish that run up to 30 pounds.

Winter Flyfishing on Idaho's Bear River

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