Middle Provo River Fly Fishing

The Middle Provo River is about 20 minutes from Park City and 45 from Salt Lake City. It begins below Jordanelle Reservoir and travels 13 miles through the Heber Valley where it enters into Deer Creek Reservoir. The Middle Provo boasts an incredible 3500 trout per mile and is a top ten trout fishery in the USA. With the amazing hatches,wild brown trout and ease of access it’s easy to see why. The famous Buffalo Midge and Blue Winged Olive mayflies go through the Spring. The Summer months bring Caddis, Pmd’s and Green Drakes. Through the Fall we see Blue Winged Olives, PMD’s and Caddis. Then some great midge hatches during the Winter months. Great fishing opportunities can be had here year round. Check the current fly fishing report here
Park City Middle Provo River Fly Fishing
Lower Provo River

Lower Provo River Fly Fishing

The Lower Provo is about 40 minutes from Park City. It begins at Deer Creek Reservoir and travels through Provo Canyon near Sundance and eventually ends up in Utah Lake. Known for big brown and rainbow trout the Lower Provo is a great place to do some fly fishing. The Lower Provo has excellent Spring and Fall Blue Winged Olives hatches as well as PMD’s, Caddis and stoneflies through the Summer months. Not to mention the Winter midge hatches. Book a guided fly fishing trip and experience the best of the Lower Provo River any time of year.

Weber River Fly Fishing

The Weber River is between 25 to 45 minutes from Park City depending on the area being fished. The Weber River begins in the high Uinta Mtns as a small stream. It has many distinct sections, all being great. Known for big brown trout, rainbow trout and a few cutthroat trout the Weber is a Blue Ribbon Trout Fishery. Some incredible caddis and PMD hatches can be found here. The Mothers Day Caddis is a true blanket hatch. Schedule a Weber River guided fly fishing trip any time of year.
Weber River Fly Fishing
Small Stream Cutthroat Trout

Small Stream Fly Fishing

Most of our smaller streams are around an hour from Park City. The smaller streams are only accessible during the Summer months and are for more experienced anglers. Inquire for conditions and availability. Casting a big bushy dry fly to wild trout can be some of the most fun you can have with a fly rod and some of the trickiest. The big Summer bugs start to make an appearance in early June and are around through July. Green Drakes, Golden Stoneflies, Salmonflies, Cicadas and Caddisflies are on the menu which means trout are looking up. Make sure you take advantage of the most experienced guides in the area for a successful day of fishing on your small stream guided fly fishing trip.