Provo River (Upper) is a fly fishing location in Wasatch County, Utah.
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Latest trip report: Provo River (Upper)
Report posted on 01/15/2011
Upper Provo River
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Level / Flow: CUWCD: Upper Provo River Flows | USGS: Upper Provo River Flows (Woodland)
| Upper Provo River Flows (Hailstone)
Fishing Pressure: None
Fishing : Poor
Hatches: Midges if anything
Best Techniques: nymphing,
Best Times: mid
day and into the afternoon
Best Water Types to fish: deep
slower runs, seam, pocket water
Forecast for the next few weeks:
water is very low right now, please do not wade on spawning beds, the river is pretty frozen over this time of the year.
Other Comments: Not much
public water, please respect no trespasing signs
Top producing fly patterns on
the Upper Provo River have been:
Flies: Parachute Adams, Silveys Midge
Nymphs: Egg patterns, small pheasnt tails and prince nymphs
Silveys Sculpin, Olive Buggers, Black Buggers, Hot Head Sculpin,
(01/15/11 by mikeyflies)
Originating from high in the Uinta Mountains the Provo River is one of the
best Blue Ribbon fisheries in the state. With its large abundance of
aquatic life and large numbers of fish it is no wonder people come from
all over the US to fish this premier trout fishery. Native Cutthroat,
along with wild Brown and Rainbow trout provide anglers of all skill
levels with a day they won't forget. Our experienced guides have spent
years learning the waters and have mastered the Provo. We consider the
Provo River our home water.
(08/16/10 by utahflyd)