Weber River

Weber River

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.

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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.

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June 5, 2014