Utah's incredible Uinta Mountain Range gives rise to some of the most diverse and prolific trout streams in the west.
Surrounded by such renowned rivers as the
Provo, Weber, Strawberry, Duchesne, and Green, we think this is the
perfect place to come wet a line and test your skills, no matter what they are.  Whether it's throwing dry flies to rising
natives in a pristine mountain stream, Jedi-nymphing for ultra selective rainbows, or sight-casting to wild, trophy,
brown trout in a technical tail-water, the Uinta region of northern Utah and southwest Wyoming offers the widest range
of cold-water fly fishing  possibilities imaginable.
One of the best fly fishing destinations we know of and  
it's right in our own back yard!  With year-round
hatches and stretches hosting more than  3,000 wild
trout per mile, the Provo is one of those great rivers
where every place a trout should be there's at least
one and often more. This very versatile and lively trout
stream has everything from headwater cutthroats to
fat, tailwater rainbows and trophy browns. Because of
it's diverse features, Utah's
Provo River is the perfect
place for inducting beginners or challenging experts
and everyone else in-between.  The region's best
choice for parties with mixed levels of ability.
Chase Funk and his dad, Ben, share a brief encounter with a fine
specimen while fly fishing on the Middle Provo River, Utah.
Dick Reece with a nice brown trout
from the Middle Provo River, Utah.
A real sleeper and locals' favorite, the Weber is a medium
sized river flowing generally west and northwest out of the
Uinta Range through pastoral mountain valleys.  With a
booming population of arthropods, midges, and caddisflies, and
prolific summer-time hatches, this is both a great place to
search for willing fish with dry flies and a nymph-fishing proving
ground.  The river is inhabited by a large number of wild browns
and some nice cutthroats and rainbows, too.  Just minutes from
Heber and Park City, Utah, the
Weber River is a great way to
beat the crowds without traveling too far.  Another  great choice
for groups of anglers with varying skill  levels.
The south slope of the Uinta Mountain Range is                
drained by a number of beautiful, small to medium         
sized rivers and creeks.  Some of our  favorites                
Currant Creek, the Strawberry River and the      
Duchesne River, to name a few.  These abundant but   
uncrowded trout streams are all eventually gathered
up by the Green River in the
Uinta Basin.  The incredible
variety of terrain here is reflected in the equally
amazing  variety of water types, hatches, and trouts.  
From alpine babbles full of colorful natives, to meadow
streams and steep canyon pocket-water, to high desert
tail-waters with giant browns, Utah's scenic Uinta basin  
has it all just a short drive from the Heber Valley.  For
experienced anglers and dry fly addicts only.
North of the Uinta Mountain Range, in southwestern Wyoming's      
upper Green River basin, swim some of the biggest, baddest trout   
in the country.  We're not talking about somebody's burnt-out,          
hatchery-brood-stock slobs  that were dumped into a pond here.      
These are real, wild trophies in moving water that'll test your            
mettle every time. We're talking about big western bruisers that      
fight harder than any we've ever dealt with.  Whether they're           
slamming big terrestrials off the bank, sipping size 24 baetis              
emerges out of the film, or just simply eating swinging meat, we       
always know where to go and what to throw on these sometimes     
intimidating and often fickle  rivers and streams.  Just a two and a    
half hour drive from  the Heber/Park City area, walk/wade trips      
on the
Hams Fork River and float/wade or walk/wade trips on the
Green River are for very experienced anglers only and are not for
the faint of  heart.
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Winter fly fishing on Utah's Lower Provo River.
Listen to the sound of the river and you will get
a trout.
- Irish Proverb
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