Utah Fish Report

Fish kill was documented by biologists in February

Calder Reservoir

by Utah Division of Wildlife

Low dissolved oxygen levels and a fish kill was documented by biologists in February, and a gillnet survey conducted on May 6 confirmed that no trout survived. The reservoir was restocked with 850 catchable-sized rainbow trout and 250 catchable-sized tiger trout. Fishing has been good for smaller (12-14 inch) but healthy trout using small dry flies, nymphs (scuds and chironomid patterns) and leech patterns in olive and black. A water quality monitoring buoy was installed in the deepest part of the lake, which should be avoided by those operating watercraft. 

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