Utah Anglers Likely to Lose Some Stream Access

Last summer’s “too-good-to-be-true” Utah Supreme Court ruling which gave anglers almost limitless access to the state’s streams is destined to be compromised, according to Brett Prettyman in The Salt Lake Tribune. “What I’ve heard through the grapevine is that the bill includes a list of popular Utah waters that would become more accessible to anglers, waters like the Provo, Weber, Duchesne, Strawberry and more. Rivers running through private lands not on the list would be off limits to anglers and other recreationists, unless the landowner decides to allow access.”

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