Affordable guided fly fishing trips on Utah’s best trout waters
Fly fishing Utah is one of the greatest pleasures of my life, and I’m incredibly lucky to call this diverse state home. As of May 2020, I’m officially guiding trips for the Quiet Fly Fisher, based out of Loa, UT.
Whether you’re looking for the biggest brook trout in the country here on Boulder Mountain, or want to fish rivers as they wind through the sandstone of Capitol Reef National Park, I can provide you with an unforgettable experience. Fly fishing Utah is a trip you don’t want to miss out on.
To book a trip, call Mike at the Quiet Fly Fisher and request Spencer Durrant as your guide.
Rates are as follows:
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(435) 616 2319
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Fly fishing the remote streams and lakes on Boulder Mountain, Thousand Lake Mountain, Monroe Mountain, and the Fish Lake Plateau is an experience you’ll never forget. This area of Utah is one of the most geographically diverse places on Earth, and you’d be hard-pressed to find any other trout fishery where the high country, with its alpine meadows and cirques, is right next to the vibrant red rock desert Southern Utah is known for.
The fish grow huge here, thanks to fertile lakes and an abundance of food. The state record brook trout – a massive specimen that weighed 7.5 pounds, and was caught back in the 70s – came off Boulder Mountain, and fish near that size are caught every year. In addition to trophy brook trout fishing, you’ll find cutthroat trout, splake, rainbow trout, tiger trout, and arctic grayling.