The Little Bear Logan Watershed (HUC 16010203) covers an area of 79.2 square miles in Cache County, Utah. It is primarily fed by snowmelt from the nearby mountains, which provides a significant contribution to its water supply. The watershed has several surface water sources, including creeks and streams, which flow into several reservoirs. The major reservoirs in the watershed are Newton Reservoir, Cutler Reservoir, and Hyrum Reservoir. The watershed experiences a semi-arid climate, with precipitation primarily occurring in the winter months. Notably, there has been a trend of decreasing snowpack in recent years, which has led to a decline in reservoir capacity. The watershed is also home to several species of fish, including cutthroat trout and mountain whitefish, which are popular among anglers. Overall, the Little Bear Logan Watershed serves as an important source of water and habitat for both people and wildlife in Cache County.