Fly fishing season peaks between the months of April and October. Though, for fly fishermen willing to brave the cold weather, it is technically a year-round sport. Additionally, with an abundance of warm weather destinations, fly fishing can be enjoyed all year long.
Despite everything, what state has the most trout streams?
There has also, where can I fly fish in southern Utah? The Sevier River paralleling Hwy 89 is known for brown and rainbow trout fishing. The East Fork the Sevier, north of Bryce Canyon, offers good action for browns, cutts and rainbows. Panguitch Creek below Panguitch Lake, and the Beaver River near Beaver are also popular streams in the south.
Geneva likes to brag as being known as the “Lake Trout Capital of the World” and holds the National Lake Trout Derby every year, but a Utah man caught recently caught a trout so big it broke a Utah record that's been on the books for 32 years.
Believed to be the rarest trout in the world, the Paiute cutthroat almost became extinct before it was discovered. The story is that around 1912, a young Basque sheepherder used a coffee can to transplant a bunch of the Paiute trout upstream over a set of falls to provide more fishing opportunities for himself.
The world record rainbow trout title belongs to Canadian fisher Sean Konrad. The International Game Fish Association's (IGFA) record book now lists his 48-pound, 42-inch catch as the biggest ever rainbow trout specimen – a true world record trout.