Clear Creek

Fishing report

  • Rating: Fair
  • Conditions: Removal of non-native trout in the Clear Creek drainage is complete, and we are now stocking Bonneville cutthroat trout. Your best chance to find catchable-sized fish will be above the Narrows. Fingerling cutthroat stocked in fall 2014 in the rest of Clear Creek now measure eight to ten inches.


  • Location: Western Sevier County, southwest of Richfield
  • Directions: Drive approximately 20 miles east on I-70 from the I-15 junction
  • Type: Rivers
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  • Elevation: 6,000 feet
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  • Likely catch: Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout
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  • Regulations: To see what statewide or special regulations apply to this waterbody, please read the current Fishing Guidebook.
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  • Site description: Clear Creek is paralleled by I-70 west of Cove Fort. Access is easy via the old highway and frontage road. Part of the stream flows through Fremont Indian State Park.

    This is a small stream loaded with wild rainbow and brown trout. Sections of the stream were relocated during the construction of I-70 and fish habitat structures added at that time, creating some easily identified "fishing holes." Try a worm drifted through the holes, or a small spinner. If flyfishing, an elk hair caddis or Wulff pattern usually works.

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