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Fly Fishing Utah, Winter

Frozen Guides, Reels, and Fingers…

by FlyFishingBroker on January 17, 2010

in Fishing Reports

I have been meaning to post about my recent fishing trip through Utah but since I don’t foresee me having the time to write the post anytime soon, I thought I would at least post a little fish porn from the trip. Fished 3 days, 2 of the days were spent on different sections of the middle Prove, and a couple hours on the Sevier in Central Utah. Never saw another fisherman the entire trip, that could be because the temperatures were anywhere from 9  (yea, you read that right) to 30 degrees. I have often had my guides freeze up while fishing but this was the first trip I had to repeatedly thaw out my reel. It was well worth having the river to myself.

Provo River Rainbow

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Rainbow Trout

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Iain January 21, 2010 at 8:23 pm

Hey Nate,
Wow, it looks like you had a great time on the Provo and the Sevier–judging from the pictures, you had some great winter fishing. Some of the Rainbows are particularly stunning in coloration, nice job!
Iain

Aimee January 22, 2010 at 6:03 pm

Nice fish porn!

Conner January 25, 2010 at 2:55 pm

I just moved down to Tucson from Utah. I’m looking to get to know some of the areas around here. What info do you have on the Black River and the surrounding areas? Have you ever been up there in February and March?

Ben February 11, 2010 at 8:14 pm

Your trip, however cold it may have been, looks like a complete knockout. I am always amazed at the size and color of the fish you haul in. Congrats on the new commercial and success in this crappy economy…

Ben

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