Ogden River Fishing Report

The Ogden River, a tributary of the Weber River, begins in the Wasatch Range from where it runs for 35-miles. The Ogden River's three forks converge at Pineview Reservoir, near Huntsville. The river then flows southwest through Ogden Canyon, Ogden City, and the border of West Haven and Marriott-Slaterville where it joins the Weber River.

The South Fork of the Ogden River between Causey and Pineview reservoirs (about 10 miles) is a scenic river with good public access and stretches of private land. This means you should pay close attention to signs and ask for permission before fishing on private property. The Odgen’s South Fork drops from 5,500 feet to 4,900 feet at the downstream end. This section of the South Fork is a serene 15-30 feet wide and provides anglers with great opportunity to catch native Bonneville cutthroat trout, brown trout, and mountain whitefish. The depth here is variable; ranging from less than one foot in shallow riffles up to 3 to 4 feet in deeper pools and runs. Fuel, restaurants, and grocery stores can all be found in the nearby towns of Huntsville and Eden.

If you decided to fish the stretch of Odgen River below the convergence of its three forks, you might as well stay in Odgen. As you head out, take Hwy 39 in Ogden (12th Street) and travel east. The river runs along the Highway which makes 7 miles upstream easily accessible. Visitors that journeying up this narrow canyon find at an elevation of 4,400 to 4,900 feet both excellent fishing and alpine beauty all around them. The Ogden River Scenic Byway SR-39 climbs through the Wasatch-Cache National Forest to crystal clear Pineview Reservoir, about six miles east of the mouth of the canyon.

Close proximity to Ogden, UT makes this Blue Ribbon water convenient for anglers looking for robust trout populations in a beautiful setting. Remember, this is a whirling disease positive water and anglers should take care to clean and dry their equipment before moving to other waters.

Those that desire one of Utah’s more distinctly urban fisheries should head to the Ogden River Parkway, which runs from the mouth of Ogden Canyon to Washington Blvd, approx. 1700 S

Directions:

From Salt Lake City take I-15 N for 33.6 miles. Take exit 341 onto UT-79 E/31st Street. Follow UT-79 E/31st Street for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto US-89 N/South Washington Blvd. Travel on South Washington Blvd. for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto E 1200 S Street/12th Street. Follow 12th Street for 1.2 miles. Continue straight onto UT-39 E/Canyon Road. Follow UT-39 for 20.3 miles toward the town of Huntsville.
 
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150
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260
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Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours
I really enjoy fishing the Weber River because it is only 15 minutes from downtown Ogden in Utah. Most of the fish you will catch in the Weber River will be 12-20 inch brown trout. ... moreThe Weber River is a great dry fly fishery and the nymphing up there is really good too.

And if your looking for a good place to stay, I have usually referred my clients to the Ogden Marriot, and they seem to like it quite well.
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150
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$
345
/ Angler
Capacity:
1 - 3 anglers
Days:
Daily
Duration:
4 hours - 1 day
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Destination:
Fly fishing on the Weber River is one of Utah’s overlooked gems, just a short ride from Park City Utah. The Weber River is slightly smaller than the Provo River, and can be characterized ... moreas a medium sized stream perfect for wad fishing. The Weber River has numerous access points so it never to hard to find a bit of solitude even on the weekend. Often over shadowed by the Provo River, the Weber River is a blue ribbon tailwater, that is a trophy fishery in its own right.

With a healthy diet of sow bugs these fish tend to be big. The average trout on the Weber River is 16-18 inches with many fish over 21+ inches. the Weber is largely populated by brown trout but you have a good chance at catching Rainbows and Cutthroats. The Weber River has some exceptional hatches throughout the year, including its incredible early season, “mother’s day” caddis hatch. Park City Fly Fishing Company primarily focus its guide trips on the weber river between Rock Port reservoir and Echo reservoir. The easy wading on this stretch makes the Weber River great for beginners and also challenges the most experienced anglers. Let the Park City Fly Fishing Company help you explore this diamond in the rough.
Additional Information
Source:
Wasatch Range
Mouth:
Weber River
Length:
35 miles
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Flows continue to run high with off-color water. In these conditions, some anglers report success using nightcrawlers and San Juan worms. The Magpie and Botts campgrounds are now open. 
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Date:
Thursday, 12 May, 2016
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Fishing Access Sites
Although parking is limited at this access point, anglers will find easy access to adjacent areas of riffle and run habitats. Some pools are present along river bends and behind instream ... moreboulders. There are no amenities at this location. This access point is located approximately 7 miles upstream from Pineview Reservoir.

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From Salt Lake City take I-15 N for 33.6 miles. Take exit 341 onto UT-79 E/31st Street. Follow UT-79 E/31st Street for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto US-89 N/South Washington Blvd. Travel on South Washington Blvd. for 2.5 miles. Turn right onton E 1200 S Street/12th Street. Follow 12th Street for 1.2 miles. Continue straight onto UT-39 E/Canyon Road. Follow UT-39 for 21.2 miles toward the town of Huntsville to reach this access point.
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This access point is provided as part of Memorial Park, a Weber County park. Anglers will find access to a meandering section of the South Fork at this location. This access point ... moreis located just downstream from Causey Reservoir. 3 large group areas accommodate 200-300 people. 58 individual sites

From Salt Lake City take I-15 N for 33.6 miles. Take exit 341 onto UT-79 E/31st Street. Follow UT-79 E/31st Street for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto US-89 N/South Washington Blvd. Travel on South Washington Blvd. for 2.5 miles. Turn right onton E 1200 S Street/12th Street. Follow 12th Street for 1.2 miles. Continue straight onto UT-39 E/Canyon Road. Follow UT-39 for 22.6 miles. Turn right and travel east on the Causey Dam Road for 1.2 miles to reach this access point.
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Elevation:
5,482 ft
Activities:
Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Volley Ball
Campground:
Campground, Camp Host
Picnic Site:
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
This developed Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest campground provides anglers with access to a section of the South Fork of the Ogden with shallow riffles and isolated pools. It is ... morelocated approximately 5 miles upstream from Pineview Reservoir. Tent camping, RV sites, drinking water, and restrooms are available at Magpie Campground.

From Salt Lake City take I-15 N for 33.6 miles. Take exit 341 onto UT-79 E/31st Street. Follow UT-79 E/31st Street for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto US-89 N/South Washington Blvd. Travel on South Washington Blvd. for 2.5 miles. Turn right onton E 1200 S Street/12th Street. Follow 12th Street for 1.2 miles. Continue straight onto UT-39 E/Canyon Road. Follow UT-39 for 20.3 miles toward the town of Huntsville to reach this access point.

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Activities:
Fishing, Camping, Picnicking, Hiking, Photography
Campground:
Primitive Campsite, Campground, Tent/RV Site
Picnic Site:
Picnic Table
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