FISHING AND BOATING

Gilbert Creek

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Length: 4.4 miles
Priority Date: 12/06/1999
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Technical Report: Download Technical Report
X-Stream Angler Article: Download XStream Angler Article

*Angling regulations may have changed since X-Stream Angler Articles were written. Please check current Fishing Regulations for current fishing limits.

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How to get there - Go about 6 1/2 miles south from Mountain View on highway 410 to where this road turns 90 degrees due West. Take the gravel road (county rd 283) that goes straight on south at the bend toward the Uinta National Forest. This good gravel road forks in about 7 1/2 miles but stay to the right. Continue on past Graham Reservoir (on your right, but it may be dry). This road crosses the Eask Fork Smiths Fork in another two miles. About a quarter mile past the bridge, the road crosses Gilbert Creek at the forest boundary. Another 100 yards or so up the road there's a trail that forks off and parallels Gilbert Creek (south) for most of its 4.4 mile long length to the Utah border. The downstream end of the instream flow segment is right at the northern edge of the forest boundary.
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