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Starvation Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 16-Nov-15
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Conditions : STARVATION RESERVOIR: Fishing is slow for bass, fair to good for walleye and good for rainbow trout and yellow perch. Fishing is good to excellent in places like Rabbit Gulch. Trout are transitioning from a deep-water summer pattern to mid and surface waters as the days get cooler. Try fishing with crankbaits, brightly colored spoons or flashy worm rigs. Baits are working — especially from the shore under the bridge. For walleye and an occasional bass, fish on the bottom or cast deep into the rocks. Most of the bass and walleye are small, so you can help the fishery by taking home your limit. For perch, look for schools in relatively shallow waters, around 10 to 15 feet, or in deeper waters over 20 feet. The water level is high for this time of year.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Utah Chub
  • Walleye
  • Yellow Perch

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About: - Starvation Reservoir offers 3,500 acres of fishing and boating fun four miles northwest of Duchesne on Highway 40. A 54 unit campground, sandy beach, modern rest rooms, showers, group-use area, and fish cleaning and sewage disposal stations are available. Primitive camping is allowed at designated areas around the reservoir.

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