Logan River Fishing

With 30 miles of practically roadside fishing, Logan River is a highly accessible blue-ribbon trout stream that is particularly good for fly fishing. Its three impoundments—known as First, Second, and Third Dams—are stocked in the summertime with rainbow trout, making them great spots to fish with kids. The lower portion of the Logan also holds plenty of brown and rainbow trout, while the river above the impoundments is dominated by cutthroat trout, which reproduce easily there in its clear water. Logan River is a blue-ribbon trout stream – one of the best in Utah. The river provides about 30 miles of easily accessible, quality roadside trout fishing. Brown and rainbow trout are commonly caught on the lower river and in the impoundments, which are called First, Second and Third dams. The impoundments are stocked heavily with catchable rainbows for summer fishing and are great places to fish with kids. Above the impoundments the river is primarily a wild trout stream. Browns and cutthroats both reproduce well in its crystal clear waters. Cutthroats are dominant in the higher reaches. The Logan River is a wonderful fly fishing stream.

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Logan River boat ramps:

The following boat ramps provide access to Logan River.

Cutler Reservoir Ramp Boat Ramp
Cutler Marsh, Logan, UT 84321, USA