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Weber River Sponsored by
Date 16-Aug-14
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Conditions : WEBER RIVER: Before the dam was opened, anglers reported good fishing for brown trout using PMDs. In the summer, anglers report better fishing in the early morning, late evening or during the night. Here's a look at cutthroat trout conservation efforts on the river.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R


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

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About: - About the Upper Weber River: (I-80 bridge upstream to Echo Reservoir) There is excellent fishing opportunities. Brown trout and mountain whitefish fishing is good in this section.  The Weber River receives a large amount of angling pressure but is able to sustain that pressure and maintain a good fishery.


Location:: Between Coalville and Wanship, Utah at approximately 5700 feet in elevation. (Camping is not permitted along this stretch of the river.)
Stream length: 10.0 miles
Average Flow: The Weber River is a highly regulated river with many dams and diversions for water storage and irrigation. Water flows are frequently reduced. No minimum flows.
Maximum water temperature: Mid 60s F
Productivity: The Weber River is maintained by natural reproduction and has good productivity.
Fishing available: Artificial flies and lures.


Land ownership: 100% private.
Access: Fair, the Division of Wildlife Resources has obtained fishing access from various landowners, watch for signs.

Lower Weber River: 10 miles east of Ogden, Utah.
Stream length: 10.0 miles
Elevation: Approximately 4,920 feet
Average Flow (minimum flow): The Weber River is a highly regulated river with many dams and diversions for water storage and irrigation. Water flows are frequently reduced flows. No minimum flow.
Fishing available: Bait, fly, and lures.
Angler pressure: The Weber River receives a large amount of angling pressure but is able to sustain that pressure and maintain a good fishery.
Accommodations: No camping is permitted along this stretch of the river. Accommodations can be found in Ogden.
Land ownership: The majority of this section of river is on private land with some Division of Wildlife Resources land.
Access: The Division of Wildlife Resources has obtained some angler access to some of the private land in this section of the river. Watch for signs.

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