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Otter Creek Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 01-Jun-18
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Conditions : OTTER CREEK RESERVOIR - The reservoir is at 77 percent of capacity. Trout have moved away from shorelines, and fishing is better from boats on the upper (northern) half of the reservoir. Trolling with pop gear has been fair to good. Still fishing PowerBait from a boat is also popular. If you're in a boat, focus on depths of 20 to 30 feet. If you're fishing from shore, focus on the steeper areas at the south end. Our annual netting survey yielded standard results — lots of fat, healthy rainbows, with two primary size classes at 10–12 inches and 16–19 inches. Some fish that weighed more than five pounds have also been caught lately.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Cutthroat
  • Brook Trout
  • Kokanne
  • Rainbow Trout

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About: - Otter Creek flows between the Sevier plateau and the Parker Range, creating a long narrow lake in the valley. Year-round fishing and boating on the 3,120-acre reservoir are the park's featured activities.


Camping and picnicking units, modern rest rooms with hot showers, fish cleaning and sewage disposal stations, boat launching ramp and courtesy docks are available.

Directions: Travel east 11 miles on State Route 62 from the junction of US 89 and State Route 62. Where State Route 62 turns north, continue east for one-half mile on State Route 22.

ANTIMONY CREEK, Garfield County. This clear, cold-water stream is located southeast of Otter Creek Reservoir and the town of Antimony. The fishable portion is located on the Dixie National Forest. It is accessible by dirt road from the mouth of the canyon for several miles and then becomes accessible by foot trail along most of its length. It is populated primarily with wild rainbow trout, although the lower section contains some brown trout.

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