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Strawberry Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 20-Aug-15
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Conditions : STRAWBERRY RESERVOIR: Anglers report good fishing all around the lake. Shoreline anglers reported better fishing in deeper water. Kokanee are starting to change color. Kokanee anglers recommend using orange or pink squids and beaded spinners tipped with bait. For cutthroat and rainbow trout, fish on the Soldier Creek side using cutbait (chub) and nightcrawlers. Near the ladders, try fishign with chartreuse or white, two- to three-inch tube jibs. Try tipping the hooks with nightcrawlers or PowerBait. Boat anglers report good fishing with poppers and dodgers at depths around 35 feet. In Strawberry Bay, the guides recommend tipping pink dodgers and squid with pink grubs at depths of 35 to 55 feet for kokanee. Strawberry Bay Marina is running a tagged rainbow trout contest. More than 400 tagged fish have been released, including the grand prize fish with its pink tag. For updates, call the Marina at 435-548-2261.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout
  • Kokanee Salmon

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About: - Strawberry Reservoir is at 7,600 feet with a 17,200-acre surface area. Managed recreation season is May through October. High use on holidays and weekends. Ice fishing very popular during the winter months. Available fish species include rainbow trout and cutthroat trout. An interpretative trail exists at the fish-stripping station. Reservations are accepted at certain campsites. Fees charged.  Stream fishing above and below the reservoir. More information on Strawberry Reservoir

Misc Info: - Regulations for the reservoir include an aggregate limit of four trout or kokanee salmon. No more than two of which may be cutthroat trout under 15 inches and no more than one may be a cutthroat over 22 inches long. All cutthroat between 15 and 22 inches must be immediately released (any trout with cutthroat markings is considered a cutthroat).

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