Southern Utah offers some of the more vast off-the-beaten-path fly fishing locations found anywhere in the world. Though some of these waters are easily accessible to the average angler, those wishing for a peaceful adventure away from famously “published” rivers, southern Utah is the place!
Don’t be fooled…our small waters are home to very large wild trout!
Our regular clients return here each season as they share memorable moments sight-fishing New Zealand style with their guides.
Countless small rivers and natural lakes dot the southern Utah region which is mostly known for world-class national parks as well as state parks. But the traveling and discriminating fly-fisher will be rewarded with seemingly endless options for world-class southern Utah fly fishing.
Near most of the national parks are healthy streams which flow from and through higher elevations around 5,500-7,000 feet on average. And incredible small natural lakes loaded with football sized Brook Trout, Cutthroat and Tiger Trout can be caught and released from perfect float tubing still-waters. So…if you want to experience what Fly Fishing Southern Utah has to offer, then hire a guide to show you the best kept secret in the United States.