The most detailed maps with all the tools you need. Now available for Utah.

400 trout streams

3,500 km of public stream access

600 walk-in-access and WMA properties

2.0 million acres of public land mapped

2,500 designated access points

30 local fly shops

TroutRoutes is excited to announce the addition of Utah to our mapping platform. This addition brings a key new region to our maps, including some of the most popular and well productive fisheries in the country like the lower Provo, Flaming Gorge (Green River) tailwater and the wilderness area of the Uitna / Ashley Mountains.

400 New Trout Streams

From popular Blue Ribbon streams like Weber River to the vast Uinta Mountain range. We have enough water to keep you busy for years to come.

Walk-In Access, WMAs, BLM, and more

All the public access, now all in one place. Utah’s public lands layers includes everything from Utah DWR walk-in properties to BLM land and WMAs, all offering stream access to get away from the crowds.

30 Fly Shops

Every fly shop in Utah to help you shop local. Connect with them via phone, online or visit them in person.

Stream Flows

Need stream flows? We have those too. With our expanded coverage to Utah, we’ve added 100’s of new stream gages to help you research before you get to the water.

Elevation Charts

If you haven’t used elevation charts for your trout fishing research, you should start. Especially for states like Utah. Elevation charts illuminate characteristics of streams you otherwise can’t find. From high-elevation headwater meadows to subtle reservoir and tailwaters, these things will elevate your game.

More to come

We’re just getting started. We’ll be adding more detail to Utah over the next several weeks, including:

  • More detailed access points to the lesser known streams
  • More stream information including trout species insights, descriptions and suggestions
  • Recommended local resources such as local fly shops, guides and books
  • More states coming to TroutRoutes over the next several months