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Park City, Utah help #13694281 09/08/20 02:29 PM
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Going to go there to see some friends in a couple of week and I have never been there. I am looking to fly fish or spin fish - I am not a purist - just want to catch fish and I hear it is beautiful there. Any experience from anyone on here? Do I need/should I get a guide? Or are the rivers (Provo and Weber) easy to access?

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Re: Park City, Utah help [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #13700810 09/14/20 09:58 PM
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Have you fly fished before? I’d hire a guide, you’ll most likely enjoy it a lot more. I went yesterday in Deckers, CO, went last week also. I’m new to fly fishing so it’s a little frustrating. My biggest issue is trying to tie the tiny flies, it’s driving me nuts. I’m going to hire a guide at some point.


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Originally Posted by C130
Have you fly fished before? I’d hire a guide, you’ll most likely enjoy it a lot more. I went yesterday in Deckers, CO, went last week also. I’m new to fly fishing so it’s a little frustrating. My biggest issue is trying to tie the tiny flies, it’s driving me nuts. I’m going to hire a guide at some point.


Might end up getting a guide but alI can find online is fly, fly, fly - again I don't mind, but just not my #1 way to catch them. I may just wing it - find some river access and go.

Re: Park City, Utah help [Re: bassfishinglawyer] #13701527 09/15/20 05:40 PM
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The Provo will be difficult to access if you can access that is. It’s usually way down in a steep canyon. It’s all gonna be private property too I’ll bet. You might be able to fish the roadside streams. I’d advise hiring a guide.


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Re: Park City, Utah help [Re: Cast] #13701587 09/15/20 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Cast
The Provo will be difficult to access if you can access that is. It’s usually way down in a steep canyon. It’s all gonna be private property too I’ll bet. You might be able to fish the roadside streams. I’d advise hiring a guide.


Great!! Thanks for the heads-up!

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