Running from the Uinta Mountains to the town of Provo, Utah, the Provo River offers scenic views and excellent fishing. About 15 miles of the river have fishable access, spread across the river’s Upper, Middle, and Lower section. The Middle and Lower stretches of the Provo are notable for their consistent stream-flow that allows plenty of streamer, dry fly, and nymph fishing year-round. The Middle of the Provo is the place to go for wild brown trout, with 180inch-plus specimens caught on a daily basis year-round by fly fishermen using a range of techniques. Meanwhile, in the Lower section, the rainbow trout are on average the largest in the state, thanks to their year-round diet of midge larva and sow bugs.
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