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Fishing Report For St. George

Fair
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Rainbow trout are stocked in fall and spring at "catchable" size (8-10 inches) and provide the majority of fishing opportunity. Brown trout are occasionally stocked, but also enter the reservoir from the Santa Clara River. Brown trout have been know to re
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Poor
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
No recent reports.
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Most of the lakes are loaded with moss/grass during the late summer months. Fishing can still be good and some solid reports have been coming in. Small lighter lures and flies that can stay above the moss can be very effective. Scenery is great and the te
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Rainbow trout are stocked in both reservoirs, though the differing water management prescribes different fish management strategies. "Catchable"-sized (8-10 inches) rainbow trout are stocked in the lower reservoir so that anglers can catch and harvest fis
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
As spring moves into summer, trolling becomes even more popular. Rainbow and splake trout are regularly caught on pop gear and night crawlers. Many anglers also like to anchor and bait fish for rainbows. Die hard lake trout anglers troll with large crankb
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Largemouth bass are starting to get more active and move up to the shallows on warm, sunny days looking for warmer water. As the water temperature warms into the 60s, males will start to build nests in preparation for the spawn. Females will hold at 10-20
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
. The water level is fairly low. Our recent netting survey found that rainbow and tiger trout are abundant. Many of those fish measure 10-14 inches, though there are some larger fish up to 16 inches. There are also a handful of cutthroat and brook trout.
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Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
The Minersville trout fishery performed very well with the new management strategy, except during extreme drought years, when competition with Utah chubs tipped the balance and survival decreased. Other fish species - including smallmouth bass and Bear La
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Poor
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Rainbow trout are the main draw to Navajo Lake through the summer, and can provide good fishing to anglers using popular baits (Power Bait, nightcrawlers), lures, or flies. Because weed growth can be heavy, summer fishing can be improved by using small bo
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Like smallmouth bass, wipers are most active during warmer months. With the switch to preying on crayfish, wipers have become primarily nocturnal in Newcastle Reservoir. The best times to target wipers are dawn, dusk, and at night, especially during a ful
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Fishing reports are mixed from slow to good. Shore fishing has slowed down some but there are still many fish close to shore. One group reports that trolling with Rapalas and dodgers/squids consistently caught bigger fish. We conducted our annual netting
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Trout start to head out to deeper water as the weather warms up. Some rainbows will stay closer to shore longer on years when the water level is high and can provide decent shore fishing into the summer. However, fishing from boats is the best technique t
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Largemouth bass are starting to get more active. Bass holding in deeper water often respond best to cold weather techniques like slow presentations with drop shots, spinner baits and Senkos. The fish in the warmer shallows will start to chase other, more
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
. Bass holding in deeper water often respond best to cold weather techniques like slow presentations with drop shots, spinner baits and Senkos. The fish in the warmer shallows will start to chase other, more active tackle. Bass brought up from depths ove
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Very Good
Mon, Oct 04, 2021
Fair to good fishing reported for brook, rainbow and cutthroat trout.
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We Buy & Sell Used Guns
Mon, Aug 26, 2019
Sportsman's Warehouse is excited to announce that we now buy and sell used guns at select locations. Not only do we offer three types of payout for your used guns, any used gun you buy from us is eligible for our Firearm Service Plan*. Check out the link for locations and more information!
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About Sportsman's Warehouse St. George

Opened in 2006, Sportsman’s Warehouse in St. George, UT is near multiple State and National Parks, reservoirs, lakes, gorges, and canyons. National gunsmithing services are now available. We now buy & sell used guns! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include mule deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, predators, turkey, and small game. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the bass, trout, or walleye that you’re after. We also carry plenty of supplies for hiking, camping, and sightseeing. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, clean guns, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. Whether it’s a snowy winter day in the mountains or an over-100-degree summer day, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the Southern Utah Outdoor Expo, marathons, races, Huntsman World Senior Games, hot air balloon festivals, art and theater festivals, Washington County Fair, and more!

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