The fish are very active at Huntington Reservoir

Huntington Reservoir

by Utah Division of Wildlife

HUNTINGTON NORTH RESERVOIR: On Oct. 2, Tom Ogden fly fished from a kick boat from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. and caught three 10-inch rainbow trout, seven 15- to 17-inch wipers and ten 12-inch chubs. Tom used fast sinking line with a size 4 bead head olive leech, and a size 6 bead head tan/brown soft hackle fly. The same day, Danny Curtis trolled with lures and caught a few brown trout, rainbow trout and chubs, but no wipers.

HUNTINGTON RESERVOIR: On Oct. 9, Tom Ogden and Perry Bunderson fished from tubes. They caught 12 tiger trout in 2.5 hours using fast sinking line and size 6 to 8 bead head wooly buggers, red leeches and soft hackle flies.

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