Fall Fishing in the Uinta Mountains

September 9, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

“It was, even for the average angler, a perfect day … cool enough to tickle the nose and discourage bugs, yet clear, comfortable and calm. And, sure enough, as expected, there were signs of rising fish … circular ripples popping out over a perfectly calm surface. A few short casts later proved it.” Ray Grass writes about the fine fishing to be had now in Utah’s Uinta Mountains. In the Deseret News.