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Yuba Reservoir Sponsored by
Date 21-May-22
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Conditions : YUBA RESERVOIR & STATE PARK: The reservoir water level is 19% full. The main boat ramp (Oasis) is open, but the Painted Rocks boat ramp is closed. Anglers are able to motor from Oasis to the Painted Rocks area, but should use extreme caution as the main channel quickly becomes very shallow past the Painted Rocks boat ramp. Anglers are catching wiper, walleye and tiger muskie in the Oasis area.

Reported by: Utah D.W.R

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Yellow Perch

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  • Location: Central Utah
  • Directions: Located 25 miles south of Nephi, take Exit 202 off I-15. Approximately five miles to the park entrance.
  • Type: Fishing
  • Size: 10,900 acres
  • Elevation: 4,978 feet
  • Hours:  No restrictions
  • Likely catch: Yellow Perch
  • Possible catch: Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout
  • Regulations: See the fishing proclamation
  • Site amenities: ADA camping, boating

Misc Info: - Spring Forecast - Spring fishing forecast (March through May): The water level has typically reached 40 percent capacity (or more) by May, allowing boat anglers to launch from both Oasis and Painted Rocks boat ramps. Hazards still exist at this water level, and buoys are usually in place at Oasis to remind anglers to use caution when launching. Spring fishing is fair for shore anglers, and fair to good for boat anglers targeting walleye, channel catfish, tiger muskie, wiper and northern pike. We recommend using streamers (such as Chip's Northern Magic, Barry's Baitfish 2.0, Lefty's Deceiver and Murdich Minnow), swimbaits (such as the Sebile Magic Swimmer Soft, Castaic Catch 22, Storm Live Kickin' Minnow and Berkley PowerBait Sick Fish) and spinner baits (such as Blue Fox Foxtail Super Vibrax, Panther Martin Muskie Marabuck, Mepps Dressed Agila and Mepps Dressed Black Fury). Bait fishing using fresh cut bait (common carp, Utah sucker, Utah chub) can be very effective. We recommend fishing the cut bait suspended using a pike float rig or slip-float rig. Drift trolling using bottom bouncer and three-way rigs can be very effective in April and May, particularly for walleye. We recommend using a bottom bouncer rig with a crawler harness or spinner harness, a three-way rig with a minnow imitation crankbait (such as a Rapala Shad Rap, Rapala Husky Jerk, or Walleye Nation Shaky Shad), or with a soft plastic grub (such as a Trigger X Swimming Grub, Northland Impulse Swim'n Grub, or Lindy Watsit Grub).

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