Brown trout on the Weber River in Utah are there for the taking if you have the time and the right equipment.
With summer at its peak and hunting season on the way, now is the time to take advantage of the best fishing left.
Here’s a great look at where and how to land some nice browns.
The Weber River runs from the Uinta Mountains to the Great Salt Lake in Utah, rolling past the peaks and through the canyons of the Beehive State.
Among the trout that can be netted here are the brown, brook, and a species known as the Bonneville cutthroat.
This video is a great example of the rocky bottoms and falls that can hold a nice fish on the Weber.
Just remember: if it’s not going in the frying pan, get it back into the water promptly.