Huntington Game Farm Pond
Conditions last updated: 05/05/2016
This community fishery is approximately 3.5 acres in size. The pond has a maximum depth of 12 feet with an average depth of 8 feet. Best fishing is in deeper water along the pond levee.
Latest fishing report
The best fishing occurs within a mile of the dam. Few fish will be found below South Hughes Canyon because of last year's flash floods. Fly-fishing has ranged from fair to good. Brown trout up to 17 inches have been hooked in the fly-only zone. Good fly choices include leeches, wooly buggers, prince nymphs, stone flies, bead head uglies, caddis larvae, hares ear and the serendipity. Last year, 770 7-inch cutthroat trout were stocked at the Forks of the Huntington campground, so anglers may find some of these planters in that vicinity or further up the left fork. (Updated 05-05-2016)
- Location: North of Huntington, UT
- Directions: The property is located in Emery County, north of Huntington and west of Huntington Reservoir. From Price, take Highway 10 to Huntington. Turn west on U-31. Just before the rodeo grounds, turn north and go to the end of the road.
- Type: Community Fishing
- Size: 3.5 acres
- Elevation: 5000
- Hours: 24 hours
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- Possible catch:
- Regulations: To see what statewide or special regulations apply to this waterbody, please read the current Fishing Guidebook.
- Site amenities: Limited
- Handicap access: Limited
- Site description: This community fishery is approximately 3.5 acres in size. The pond has a maximum depth of 12 feet with an average depth of 8 feet. Best fishing is in deeper water along the pond levee.