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ABOUT THE UPPER PROVO RIVER: The Upper Provo River is a great place to take a beginner fly fishing. Hungry trout are very forgiving and will eat a dry fly presented near them. The headwaters of the Provo River begins high in the Uinta Mountains about 80 miles east of Salt Lake City and about [...]
ABOUT THE MIDDLE PROVO RIVER: There are few fly fishing rivers in the world that boost such an amazing backdrop of scenery and beauty. Surrounded by Mt Timpanogos and meandering farm meadows the Middle Provo River has a unique feel of a rugged mountain stream, but in a spring creek setting. Since the construction of the Jordanelle [...]
ABOUT THE LOWER PROVO RIVER: The Lower Provo River is one of Utah’s best wild brown trout streams. It is a beautiful section of river that flows from Deer Creek Reservoir through the deep and narrow walls of Provo Canyon. The Lower Provo River is known for its consistent nymph fishing that occurs year-round, but that’s not all [...]