Non-native trout are being removed from Clear Creek

Clear Creek UT

by Utah Division of Wildlife

Work is progressing to remove non-native trout from the Clear Creek drainage. There are fish in between Fish and Shingle creeks and in the state park, but there are none in much of the drainage. Bonneville cutthroat trout were stocked in these two sections last fall and they have grown up to eight inches in length. These fish could provide some fun fishing, especially on a fly rod.

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