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Hyrum Reservoir

Hyrum Reservoir
Hyrum Reservoir
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Day-use fee: $8; $4 for Utah seniors 62 and older; $3 walk-in

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 1/22/2018

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open
Surface: Ice – Mostly frozen
Launch Ramp: Open
Campground: Open
Water Temp: Ice
Water Level: 65%
The reservoir froze over on 12/25/17; however warm weather has resulted in poor ice conditions and an area of open water along the Southeast shore. Recent rain storms have left standing water on top of the ice. The ice should be considered unsafe and those going on the ice do so at their own risk.
Fishing Conditions: Trout were planted 08/02/2017. Visit wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots
Additional Fishing Info: Fish were recently planted and the fishing is picking up. The water level is relatively stable and remains higher than in past years for this time of year. The boat dock and fishing dock have been removed for the winter and are currently not available.
Campground Conditions: Campground and restrooms have been winterized, winter rates apply as of October 30, 2017. Vault restrooms are available.
Last Updated: 1/10/2018

Hyrum Reservoir was created in 1935 by the construction of an earth-fill dam. The reservoir shoreline is owned by the State of Utah with mostly unrestricted public access, although fees are charged in improved recreation areas.

Hyrum State Park's facilities are located on the northern shore, and include 31 RV campsites, restrooms, showers, a ranger station, boat ramp, dock, and trailheads.

Fish Species:

Current Regulations:

Fishing Tips:

Fish Hyrum from the shore or a boat. Standard trout bait such as Powerbait should work from shore, or try trolling from a boat using crankbaits or spinners. Fish with worms for panfish or catfish.

Check out the Hyrum Reservoir Dam camera for current conditions.

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