Conditions last updated: 07/22/2016
The Kaysville Ponds are managed as part of the Community Fisheries program. Please park only in the parking lot.
Latest fishing report
Anglers report pretty good fishing from all four ponds, especially for catfish. Those who've had the most success are fishing in the evenings and using worms. On July 18, one angler reported catching bass in the fourth pond. He used Senko worms and fished from shore. He targeted areas where there was a lot of vegetation and good underwater structure (which is where bass usually reside). Bluegill are still regularly biting salmon eggs and small pieces of worm. Nearly any kind of bait, placed on a size 8 or 10 salmon egg hook, will work when suspended a foot or two under a bobber. The bluegill are spending most of their time near the docks and bridges. (Updated 07-22-2016)
- Location: Davis County
- Directions: Take exit 328 off of I-15 onto 200 North, go to Main Street and turn right, proceed to 50 W. Pond
- Type: Community Fishing
- Size: 4 ponds, 6 acres
- Hours: Sunrise to sunset
- Likely catch: Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout
- Possible catch:
- Regulations: To see what statewide or special regulations apply to this waterbody, please read the current Fishing Guidebook.
- Site amenities: Parking lot and pavilion
- Handicap access: None
- Site description: The Kaysville Ponds are managed as part of the Community Fisheries program. Please park only in the parking lot.