Lakes and streams within the Boulder Mountain Blue Ribbon Area provide diverse angling opportunities for many species including brook trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout and tiger trout. Everyone can surely find a fishing opportunity that they will love within this Blue Ribbon Area. Some of the waters within this Blue Ribbon area are easily accessible by road and have amenities like restrooms while others are well off the road and need to be hiked to. The map shows you all of the waters within the Blue Ribbon area and various access points that you can use to get to these waters. The map also provides links to Division of Wildlife Resources stocking records that will provide you an idea of the species within each water.
About the Boulder Mountains
Located in the Boulder Mountains south of Teasdale, Utah.
Teasdale, Torrey and Boulder
There are many access points. The Boulder Mountain Blue Ribbon Area map provides more access point information.
The easiest way to access the Boulder Mountain Blue Ribbon Area is by traveling State Highway 12. The highway can be accessed through the town of Teasdale. The Blue Ribbon area begins about 10 miles south of Teasdale.
Waters in this area are small. Lakes range from a few acres in size up to around 60 acres.
Varies, depending on the water.
Greater than 8,000 feet.
For current regulations, check the Utah Fishing Guidebook.
See specific water water restrictions for individual waters in Utah Fishing Guidebook. Statewide regulation apply to waters not specifically identified within Guidebook.
The use or possession of live baitfish and tiger salamanders while fishing is unlawful. Use or possession of corn or hominy while fishing is unlawful.
Colorado River Cutthroat Trout
Lake and stream water levels can fluctuate. Water levels in streams may rise quickly after storms so use caution when wading in waters within the Blue Ribbon Area.
For information on how moon phase and weather conditions are currently impacting fish behavior and fishing success at this location visit Weather.com.
The Boulder Mountain Blue Ribbon Area is high elevation and may be inaccessible during the winter. Ice typically forms in November or December in most of the lakes and ice-off typically occurs in May or June. It is important to bring warm clothes and rain gear when fishing in this Blue Ribbon Area. Check current conditions at Weather.com
Spincast, spinning, baitcast, or fly tackle can be used successfully on waters within the Uinta Blue Ribbon Area; providing angling opportunities for the novice and the specialized angler alike. Light to medium-light tackle is suitable for all waters. Sinking line is recommended when fly fishing from a tube. For more information on fishing tackle visit the Take Me Fishing website.
Salmon eggs, night crawlers, waxworms, or mealworms will provide bait anglers with great action.
Anglers should try to utilize small spoons or spinners.
To learn more on how you can help prevent the spread of whirling disease and other pathogens visit the Protect Your Waters website.