Utah Fishing Destinations

Shingle Mill Reservoir

Apache Trout Black Crappie Bluegill and 3 more species

The Shingle Mill Reservoir in Utah, USA is a popular fishing destination for anglers. The reservoir is home to a variety of fish species including largemouth bass, rainbow trout, bluegill, and crappie. Anglers can use a variety of techniques including fly fishing, baitcasting, and spinning to catch these fish.

There are also plenty of nearby activities to enjoy including hiking, camping, and bird watching. The reservoir is located in a beautiful natural setting surrounded by mountains and forests.

Fishing tips for the Shingle Mill Reservoir include using small lures or flies for the trout and bass, and using live bait for the panfish. Anglers should also look for structure in the water such as weed beds, submerged logs, and drop-offs as these are likely areas where fish will congregate.

The best time of year to visit the Shingle Mill Reservoir for fishing is during the spring and fall months when the water is cooler and the fish are more active. The average temperature during these times is around 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer months can be hot, with temperatures reaching into the 90s, so anglers should plan for early morning or evening fishing sessions to avoid the heat. Overall, the Shingle Mill Reservoir offers a great fishing experience with plenty of opportunities to catch a variety of fish species in a beautiful natural setting. Get driving directions.

Weather Outlook

Fish Species

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The apache trout is considered to be critically endangered by the IUCN.

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Crappies are members of the sunfish and the black bass family.

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Today the bluegill is one of the most popular panfish species in North America.

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The kelp bass, a member of a large group of seabasses, which inhabit the eastern Pacific, is a robust fish ...

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The rainbow trout is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms.