Local Rivers Full-Day Guided Fly Fishing Trip

The Local Rivers Full-Day Guided Fly Fishing Trip is the best way to experience Northern Utah’s iconic fly fishing opportunities. Our local guides are on the river day-in and day-out, making them a valuable resource when it comes to making the most of your time on the water. Whether you’re wanting to learn how to fly fish or a seasoned angler looking to sample some of Utah’s best trout fishing opportunities, our full day guided trip is the ideal choice when you only have a few hours to spend on the water.

Here’s What You’ll Need to Bring

Our guides provide all the fly fishing gear you need to have a successful day on the water. In addition to those essentials, we ask our clients to bring the following:

  • Utah State Fishing License (may be purchased online)
  • Polarized sunglasses (retainers recommended)
  • Hat (baseball hat or wide-brim sun hat)
  • Socks (to wear under waders)
  • Rain jacket & pants (weather dependent)
  • Comfortable clothing & warm layers
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
  • Lunch

$400 for one person
$500 for two


Guide Gratuities: Never expected, always appreciated. Our guides work hard to provide you with the best possible experience and appreciate the generosity.

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The Location

Our guides operate on the Provo and Weber Rivers, along with countless stillwater fisheries in the Uinta Mountains. This gives us the opportunity to take you to the best fishery, given the time of year and current weather and fishing conditions. Regardless of where you end up fishing, striking views of the Wasatch or Uinta Mountains are a given—along with the opportunity to catch wild rainbow, brown, or cutthroat trout in their natural habitat.

The Fishery

The Fishwest Fly Shop in Kamas, UT is located between some of Utah’s most productive blue ribbon fisheries. With the Uinta Mountains in our backyard and the Provo and Weber Rivers just a short drive away, our guests have the opportunity to catch world-class brown and rainbow trout on the Provo River, aggressive browns and native cutthroats on the Weber, or resplendent brook trout, tiger trout, and cutthroat in the Uinta Mountains.