WATER RECREATION IN UTAH
Utah’s backyard supports a plethora of outdoor recreation activities. Many of these activities involve water. We define water by how it’s used.
Includes recreational activities involving a significant risk of ingestion of water, such as: swimming, wading, diving, and waterskiing.
Aquatic recreational pursuits not involving a significant risk of water ingestion, including: fishing, boating, and shoreline activity.
COLD WATER FISHERIES
Temperatures should typically be below 20° C ( 60° F ) and down to around 10° C ( 50° F )
Includes many of Utah’s native Trout.
WARM WATER FISHERIES
Include many gamefish such as large and smallmouth bass, (Include List)
Temperatures should be around 27° to 32° Celsius ( 80° to 90° F)
For more information on fish, click here.