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Old 07-20-2009, 03:11 PM
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Default Wind River Wyoming and SLC Utah in August

I'm heading off to Salt lake city at the end of the month, and plans are shaping up to spend the midweek backpacking the Wind River in Wyoming entering southern part of wilderness (under 5 mile hike in to base camp?). I saw some books on amazon I ordered, but can anyone provide some other suggestions on fishing spots? What to plan for? Especially the area around Salt Lake to Park City Utah. I'm new to fly fishing, but want to take this opportunity to catch some fish. Any and all suggestions welcomed.
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I'm heading off to Salt lake city at the end of the month, and plans are shaping up to spend the midweek backpacking the Wind River in Wyoming entering southern part of wilderness (under 5 mile hike in to base camp?). I saw some books on amazon I ordered, but can anyone provide some other suggestions on fishing spots? What to plan for? Especially the area around Salt Lake to Park City Utah. I'm new to fly fishing, but want to take this opportunity to catch some fish. Any and all suggestions welcomed.
Michael
In the Park City area, you got Middle Provo right out your back door. Give a shout, I would love to meet up with you.
There is also the Weber close, and if you had a tube/pontoon or boat Jordanelle and Deer Creek.
The Lower Provo river is close also. Funny, same river divided by a res., but the bugs can be completely different.
HOPPERS!!!! and BWO, Mosquito, Adams. August is a great time. Wet wading. Been a weird year, almost the end of July and many of the Creeks are still raging!
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