Check your cutthroat game – you’ll need it to be strong in order to conquer the Weber River.
The Weber, a 125-mile serpent that slithers from the Uinta Mountains to the Great Salt Lake, is a wonderful place to fly-fish any time of year, but it truly comes to life in the spring. The trout have a little extra zip in their tails, flowers burst into bloom, and the water runs strong.
Some of the finest fishing spots along the Weber are found near the Ogden Bay Waterfowl Management Area, which means that whether you’re in Salt Lake City or up in Park City, you’re never more than an hour away from world-class fishing. That’s worth getting your rod out for.