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Date 18-Apr-14
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Conditions : WEBER RIVER: Anglers report good fishing for brown trout. They seem to prefer 1/8-ounce countdown Rapalas in rainbow trout color. Target the eddies behind rocks or the deeper pools. Don't neglect the fast moving water though. Some small browns were hitting on a crankbait slowly retrieved against or across the current. Another angler landed a 21.5-inch brown on a jointed floating Rapala earlier in the week. All cutthroat trout, or trout with cutthroat markings, must be immediately released from the Great Salt Lake to Echo Reservoir dam.

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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