Winter fly fishing in Utah

Winter Fly Fishing In Utah

The best Winter fly fishing Utah has to offer is only a short drive away. Trout still have to eat in the colder months and we still have to catch them. Add a fly fishing trip to your ski vacation this year. Layer up and come out for a great day on the water. We’re known for our amazing Winter Sports and fly fishing is no exception. Our local waters are known for their Winter midge hatches and exceptional dry fly fishing. Some incredible surface activity as well as nymph fishing can be had right through the cooler months. So add a day of chasing trout to your list of outdoor activities this Winter.

Winter fly fishing in Utah, a brown trout rising during the buffalo midge hatch on the Provo River

Say No To Cabin Fever

The best fishing this time of year is conveniently also the warmest part of the day. No need to be up at the crack of dawn this time of year. Generally 11 am to 3 pm is the sweet spot. With the low river flows trout will congregate in the deeper pools so you won’t have to look very far to find good numbers of trout. Look for midges at around 11-12 on the sunny days. Nymphing will produce fish as long as the suns out.

It’s an exceptional outdoor activity for this time of year, get out and breath some fresh air and take a break from the office and catch some trout.

Winter Fly Fishing Professionals

Experience really counts this time of year for a successful day on the river. Winter fly fishing can be tricky so make sure you contact Jeremy Allan Fly Fishing for the best in a Utah fly fishing trip.

A fly fisherman fighting a trout on a Utah river during the Winter

You can get more current and local information on Winter fly fishing on my Reports and Hatches page

A lady fly fisher lands a Provo River trout on a Winter day
Winter Fly fishing on the Provo River
A rainbow trout caught while fly fishing on a Winter day in Utah
A nice Winter rainbow trout
Fly Fishing in a Winter wonderland
Fly fishing in a Utah Winter wonderland