FLY FISHING SEVIER RIVER
Experience fly fishing another southern Utah stream with prolific hatches and breathtaking scenery. The Sevier River’s banks are lined with towering limestone cliffs covered with Pinion Pine trees and Cedars. Wild Turkeys are frequent visitors to the property. A glance into the adjacent alfalfa fields reward us with herds of deer and sometimes even antelope.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Just 30 minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park, our several miles of access allows a nice full-day in paradise as you get away from any crowds. Other public waters nearby allow for multi-day fly fishing options as well. Couple a half-day of fly fishing and tour the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon for a day you won’t soon forget!
The name of the river is derived from the spanish Río Severo, “violent river”. The Sevier is the longest river entirely within the state of Utah. Our private stretch on the east fork, interestingly is not violent and very slowly meandering in nature.
Be prepared to sight-fish New Zealand style as large fish are frequently seen sipping dries off the surface. Dry fly activity throughout the season can be expected. Nymphing and streamers are also very productive in the varied water types. Healthy populations of Brown, Rainbow, Brook and Cutthroat trout abound.