We know its October, and the water is starting to chill, but that doesn’t mean anyone should be scared of going to Utah Lake! This time of year, some people like to scare themselves silly at haunted houses, others visit more family-friendly locations such as corn mazes and pumpkins patches, and those are all great […]
Pat Scouten is a well-known angler and respected expert – one who “knows it all” about fishing on Utah Lake.
Regardless of who or what you are, a checkered past is not an easy thing to escape.
We’ve already said our piece on the subject. Now let KSL, the largest news organization in the state of Utah, tell their’s:
By Don Allphin Utah Lake is viewed by some as a dirty, muddy, smelly and unsightly reservoir beyond help.
Somewhere, a fish is biting. And since a fish has always gotta eat, it’s just as true in the winter as it is in the summer.
Columnist Doug Larson once wrote, “If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles.”
When the weather is right, Rick Heninger can reach speeds of 40 miles per hour on Utah Lake. Slow by speedboat standards.