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

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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Activities:
Fishing
This day-use access point is located on a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Anglers will find meandering stretches of river that provide great tailwater ... morefishing opportunities around every bend. No camping or fires are permitted on WMA.
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Activities:
Fishing
This day-use access point provides anglers with access to shallow riffles, scour pools behind large boulders, moderately deep pools. Some woody debris increases the complexity of fish ... morehabitat in this area. A well-worn trail can be accessed from this location. The trail parallels the river for approximately 2 miles.
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Activities:
Fishing
This site provides anglers with access to an area of the Strawberry River that is part of a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The access point allows ... moreanglers to access a section of the Strawberry River that contains riffle and run habitats. Some small pools are available along river bends and behind in-stream boulders. Some woody debris is present in this area. No camping or fires are allowed on this day-use WMA.
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Activities:
Fishing
This day-use access point is located on a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Anglers will find meandering stretches of river that provide great tailwater ... morefishing opportunities around every bend. No camping or fires are permitted on WMA.
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Activities:
Fishing
This day-use access point provides great access to a section of the Weber predominated by riffle habitat with access to nice pools. This section of the Weber consists of mainly riffle/run ... morehabitat (1 to 2 feet deep) with pool habitat located at meander bends (3 to 4 feet deep).
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Activities:
Fishing, Wildlife Viewing
This day-use area provides anglers with convenient access to deep runs and pools and makes for a great angling experience. Anglers should note that they must walk a short distance ... morethrough a pasture to reach the river. Please respect land and livestock. This area of the Weber River consists of slow moving, meandering sections comprised of deep runs and pools 3-5 feet deep. Limited shallow (1-2 foot) riffles are also present in between the deeper sections.
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Activities:
Fishing
This day-use only access point provides great angler access to a slow-moving, meandering section of the Weber River. Deep runs, pools, and some braided areas provide a diversity of ... moreangling opportunities. Depth in this area ranges from 3-7 feet in deep runs and pools to 1-2 feet in more limited riffle habitats.
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Activities:
Fishing

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