Fishing in
Millcreek Canyon



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Millcreek Canyon provides
some easy wading
for angling.*



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This fall, 2016,
the Millcreek Restoration Project
will begin focusing on the lowest third
of the canyon. The Utah Division
of Wildlife Resources, working
with the U.S. Forest Service will be
removing non-native fish and replacing
them with native Bonneville Cutthroat trout.

The services will also continue to restore
our local watershed by enhancing
the Millcreek Canyon habitat, all the while,
maintaining a safe public access.

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Many sections of the Millcreek stream
are shallow providing good areas to learn angling.


*Angling: Fishing with a hook and line,
usually attached to a rod.


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Salt Lake City Library

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Salt Lake County
Parks and Recreation

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REI

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Harmons Grocery

Hands down the friendliest staff in town. Helpful, truly nice, efficient and a wonderful place to shop with a corner store feel where everyone knows everyone.

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