Currant Creek Reservoir
- Rating: Fair
- Conditions: Anglers report slow to fair fishing for cutthroat, rainbows and tiger trout Fishing is best in the early morning or late afternoon or evening. Anglers with fish finders have seen fish cruising about 30 feet down, so try using deeper running lures and baits. Anglers using worms or a worm-and-marshmallow combination and fishing a couple feet above the bottom have reported hot fishing. A recent biological survey found fish up to six pounds. Almost all of the fish had been feeding on snails. Even though catch rates vary, most anglers are happy after a trip to Currant Creek Reservoir. The Uintas have been receiving scattered afternoon showers.
- Location: Wasatch County
- Directions: Take the Currant Creek exit north from Highway 40 and drive for 14 miles
- Type: Fishing
- Size: 305 acres, 17,240 acre-ft
- Elevation: 7,683 feet
- Hours: 24/7
- Likely catch: Cutthroat Trout
- Possible catch: Mountain Whitefish
- Regulations: To see what statewide or special regulations apply to this waterbody, please read the current Fishing Guidebook.
- Site amenities: Forest Service campground, boat ramp, restrooms, and a fish cleaning station
- Handicap access: Fishing pier and restrooms
- Site description: Currant Creek Reservoir is a beautiful, high-alpine water set in a huge valley with pines and aspen. The reservoir has abundant native cutthroat trout. The surrounding streams have cutthroat and brown trout and mountain whitefish. There is a developed campground and lots of primitive camping in the area.