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Currant Creek Reservoir

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Basics
Location:
In Current Creek Canyon 15 miles north of Hwy 40 and about 32 miles southeast of Heber City
Size:
Small
Elevation:
7600 feet
Season:
May to October (and ice fishing Jan.- Mar.)

Description

Currant Creek Reservoir borders the outskirts of Wasatch County. This 290 surface-acre reservoir is stocked with rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout. Four miles of shoreline, a barrier-free fishing pier, and a boat ramp provide access for all types of fishing. Fish cleaning stations and a campground are located on shore among the aspens.

Currant Creek Reservoir can be reached by following the Currant Creek road from US Hwy 40 east of Heber. Access is on dirt/gravel roads, that drivable by cars in good weather.

Fishing

Fish:
Cutthroat Trout
Rainbow Trout

Details

Location:
In Current Creek Canyon 15 miles north of Hwy 40 and about 32 miles southeast of Heber City
Size:
Small
Elevation:
7600
Season:
May to October (and ice fishing Jan.- Mar.)
Useful Map(s):
USGS 1:24000 - Jimmies Point
Camping Info
Primitive sites and a forest service campground at the north end of the reservoir.

Amenities

Water Features
  • Boat Ramp
  • Toilets
  • Fishing Pier
  • Campground
Water Activities
  • Fishing

Map + Directions


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