While most people may think of Park City as a place to visit for ski fans and movie buffs, we are more than just a one season vacation destination, and fishing enthusiasts from all over the world will tell you that we are also one of the best fishing towns in the United States. The “lure is reel” when you take this angler’s delight journey to Park City!
Day 1: You Should Probably Unpack First
We understand that you’re probably chomping at the bit to get your line in the water. Fly fishing is one of the popular activities and there is a trick to it, so if you’re a newbie at fly fishing, today is the perfect day to take some lessons. Utah Pro Fly Fishing is a great company to learn from, offering tours and guidance for anglers of all skill levels; their half-day fly fishing tours are the most popular, but the really dedicated fly fishers prefer the all-day adventures. Their no fish, no pay motto is for real; if you don’t catch that night’s dinner, you don’t pay for trip!
Day 2: Now That You Have the Skills
Because the best fishing experiences often happen when you are alone, day two of your journey will be a solo one. Bring your cooler and your gear and head to the Provo River for a day of peaceful contemplation in the Utah countryside. Even in the dog days of summer, the waters run cold, so the best time to catch your limit occurs between 11 and 3.
Day 3: The More the Merrier
Now, the downside to fishing on your own in a new town is you may not know where all the hot Park City Utah fishing spots lie, so on the third day of the journey, we’re leading you back to crowds. Jans.com offers a variety of guided fishing trips in Park City year-round, leading their customers to the where the fish are always biting. All fishing expeditions require a fishing license which can be purchased at https://wildlife.utah.gov/license-permit-fees.html.
Day 4: Solo Once Again
Your fishing journey in Park City is destined to be successful because we understand the importance of changing it up. From guided tours to solo adventures, each day will bring delight’s that will thrill. On day four, we’re keeping it low-key with a visit to the Weber River; it’s a bit of a drive, but the number of fish you’ll catch and the view of the landscape surrounding you will make it worth the trip.
Day 5: A Juicy Fruit
One of our favorite Park City Utah fishing spots for trout fishing involves another drive. The Strawberry Reservoir is located about an hour away from Park City. The breathtaking vistas along the way will have you wishing you could make the trip last longer, but this journey is about the fish you have yet to catch, not about the views! Famous for its abundance of trout and salmon, fishing from a boat, not the shore, is the best way to catch tonight’s dinner!
Day 6: Can’t Get Park City Utah Fishing
The end of your fishing journey is approaching, but that doesn’t mean you’re ready for the fishing to end. On your second to last day in town, Park City Trout Tales on Cottage Loop is providing the adventures you seek. Not just satisfied with the rivers that run in and near our hometown, their guided trips take you to the creeks and streams that are often overlooked. Their rates are reasonable, and their guides aren’t just knowledgeable; they are passionate about their jobs and find their greatest pleasures in helping you catch your limit.
Day 7: The Last Day
It’s your last day, and when you look back at the past six days, you realize your trip has been perfect, but you have been ignoring the wonders of your vacation accommodations. It’s not too late though, so today you feel the need to pack away your poles (or return them to the rental company!) and enjoy the comfort and luxury of our Park City Vacation Rentals luxurious escapes. Reserve yours today and discover why our homes are perfectly designed to meet your every need!