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Fly Fishing Tips and suggestions will be provided here to help make your fly fishing adventures more enjoyable as you catch more fish and gain a greater understanding of trout, bass, and other freshwater species. Provided are a few links for the latest statewide reports and links to Guides and Outfitters.

Trout Creek Flies
Green River Drifter
River Excursions at the Homestead Resort
Trout Bum 2
Boulder Mountain Flyfishing 435-335-7306
Panguitch Anglers Inn & Flyshop 435-676-8950
Alpine Anglers 888-484-3331
Paiute Trail Resort 800-519-2243
Excursions of Escalante (800)-U-EXPLORE
Boulder Mountain Lodge 800-556-3446
Intermountain Guide Service (877) UTAH FUN
Red Rock Ranch & Outfitters (800) 745-6393
The Homestead Resort (800) 327-7220
Falcon's Ledge Flyfishing & Wingshooting Retreat (435) 454-3737
Four Seasons Flyfishers of Utah (800) 498-5440
Trout Bum 2 Flyfishing Outfitters (877) 878-2862
Park City Outfitters (866) 649-3337
Rocky Mountain Outfitters (801) 361-6772
Bear River Lodge (Uinta Mtns) 800-559-1121
Provo River Outfitters 888-PRO-UTAH
RedElk Outfitters 877-880-3644
Fly Fishing Adventures LLC (801) 599-6787
Jans Mountain Outfitters 800-745-1020
Spinner Fall Flyfishing Guide Service (877) 811-3474
Park City Fly Shop 800-324-6778
Dvorak's Kayak & Rafting Expeditions 1-800-824-3795
Flying J Outfitters 435-789-2531
Sundance Resort (800) 892-1600
Western Rivers Flyfisher 800-545-4312
LoonBrothers Outrageous Adventures (877) 566-6276
Flaming Gorge Lodge 435-889-3773
J/L Ranch Outfitter & Guides, Inc. 435-353-4049 S
Desolation Outfitters 800 854 4364


Falcons Ledge Lodge

Johnson Mill

Blue Boar Inn


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Catching Carp on Fly Tackle
Carp are both bottom and surface feeders, consuming a variety of plant and animal
tissue. Angling methods range from inexpensive dough balls to the fanciest of fly tackle. World renowned fly anglers, seeking the elusive carp, use the same tackle they use for trout. One popular pattern includes the Bristle Leech, which creates a puff of silt when retrieved.

Other patterns include those representing scuds, worms, crayfish, nymphs, and fluffy cottonwood seeds. Tom Conner, a fly fishing pro, notes the following, "Carp are very sensitive to taste and smell. Before you use a fly for the first time, rub it with mud or algae from the bank or bottom of the river or lake. The mud will come off after the first cast but your fly will have a "natural" taste and smell that will help mask your own odor and keep the fly in the carp's mouth a little longer before it tries to spit it out.


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