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Provo River Sponsored by
Date 11-Dec-17
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Conditions : PROVO RIVER: Lower - Anglers have been catching 16- to 18-inch brown trout, and fishing is best early morning to late afternoon. Brown trout are spawning, and males and females can be seen grouped together near spawning nests (redds). Gravel sites free of debris and/or vegetation are indicators of redds so be please be cautious when nearing these sites as disturbances can damage the nested eggs. The spawn is an excellent time to use streamers, trigger combinations, and egg patterns. Streamers have been fishing better in the late afternoon to early evening. Watch for BWO hatches midday and midge egg hatches. Try using try using BWO mayflies, zebra midges, caddis larvae and pupae and nymphs

Middle - The Middle Provo River is fishing similar to the Lower Provo River and fishing is best in the afternoon. Watch for BWO hatches midday. Brown trout are active, but please be cautious of spawning beds. Try using streamers, egg patterns, midges, caddis larvae and pupae. Lower flows may push fish into deeper pockets, so focus on these spots when fishing during the afternoon.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R


Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Mountian Whitefish

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About: - The Provo River is the second most-utilized fishery in Utah. The stretch of the Provo River considered "blue ribbon" begins at the Olmstead Diversion area (about one mile east of Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon) and proceeds easterly about six miles to the Deer Creek Reservoir Dam. From the Provo River inlet on the eastern side of Deer Creek Reservoir (located in the town of Charleston), this blue ribbon-quality river continues upstream through the town of Midway until it reaches the Jordanelle Reservoir Dam. More on the Provo River

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