The Weber River is a Blue Ribbon River that originates northwest of the Uinta Mountains in Utah. As with the Provo River, the Weber River starts as a small stream consisting of pocket water, riffles and small pools with aggressive Brook Trout and Cutthroat Trout; although quickly increasing in size and flows to be one of Utah’s larger rivers containing large Browns, Rainbows, Cutthroats and Whitefich.
Although numbers of Trout are less than the Provo River, the Weber River proves to be a top contender of trophy Brown Trout. While the numbers of Browns may not exceed the Provo, the solitude of the Weber certainly does. This is a beautiful river where one can go to get away from the crowds. You will not want to pass it over.