Beaver River Fishing Report near Delta, Utah
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Most of the fishing targeted at the nice trout that make their home in the Beaver River is focused around Beaver Canyon where much of the river is accessible from Highway 153. Once you get past Beaver access gets much more limited and dewatering occurs. There are 3 miles of fishable water downstream from Minersville, but after that you are wasting your time.
If you are looking for cutthroat or brookies, head for the headwaters. Don't be afraid to travel up some of the tributaries in search of good fishing either. Rainbows and browns are the main catch of the Canyon. Since there are some good hatches around here, small elk hair caddis, Wulff, and terrestrial fly patterns are popular. The peacock lady, a fly that can be fished wet or dry, is another local standby. Spin anglers should look to spinners, small crankbaits, and the usual kinds of bait.
Special Regulations: Upstream from Minersville Reservoir to the bridge at Greenville is closed January 1 to 6:00 am the second Saturday of July.
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