Lower Bells Canyon Reservoir Fishing Report near Granite, Utah

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Lunkers in Lower Bells Canyon Reservoir (UT)

on May 1st

Went hiking with my 2 year old daughter. Definitely went late morning so didn't expect to catch much, as the mostly sunny skies and super clear water allows these trout to inspect the area out of the lure. I probably should have brought my fly fishing rod instead. Regardless, there were some 14"+ trout in there coming awfully close to the shore. Definitely not easily spooked and likely see tons of lure/bait/people quite often. I'd recommend going during low light conditions and fishing the more northern ends (rocky boulders and decent drop offs) or near the inflow stream (east side). 3 out 5 stars for such beautiful surroundings and the fact that I saw some lunkers in there.

Location Details
Air Temp: 58 °F
Gear Used
Panther Martins & Vibrax minnow spinSpinning Rods

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