The blue-winged olive mayflies are coming off in the afternoons

Provo River

by Utah Division of Wildlife

The blue-winged olive mayflies are coming off in the afternoons, roughly between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Anglers fishing near the Tunnels and Vivian Park are doing well fishing very small BWO patterns on the surface, or just barely subsurface. Fish have been very active while it's raining and snowing. Water is higher than normal this time of the year. Water levels are only going to increase this month as water is released out of Deer Creek Reservoir. 

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Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Reports
for Friday, February 16th

Deer Creek Reservoir: The water level is still very high and very little ice is present
Jordan River: Utah Lake's control gates were opened to allow excess water to flow toward the Great Salt Lake
Jordanelle Reservoir: The reservoir has ice patches floating throughout
Provo River: Provo River Fishing Report
Utah Lake: Utah Lake Update


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