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Pocket water, braided channels, and pool habitat make this one of the most diverse stretches of the Weber River for anglers. Anglers should note that they must walk a short distance ... morethrough a pasture to reach the river. Please respect land and livestock. Pocket water created by in-stream and shoreline boulders (3 to 6 feet deep). Riffle/run habitat (1 to 3 feet) exits between the sections of deeper water.
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Braided channels and woody debris in this section of the Weber will provide anglers with a diverse range of angling opportunities and riffle, run, and pool habitats. This site is provided ... morethrough the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Walk-in Access Program. Anglers should note that they must walk a short distance through a pasture to reach the river. Please respect land and livestock. Please do not block the gate when parking. Anglers must also sign-in and sign-out at the WIA registration box.
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This day-use only access point provides great angler access to a slow-moving, meandering section of the Weber River. Deep runs, pools, and some braided areas provide a diversity of ... moreangling opportunities.
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This day-use only access point provides great angler access to a slow-moving, meandering section of the Weber River. Deep runs, pools, and some braided areas provide a diversity of ... moreangling opportunities. Depth in this area ranges from 3-7 feet in deep runs and pools to 1-2 feet in more limited riffle habitats.
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This day-use area provides anglers with convenient access to deep runs and pools and makes for a great angling experience. Anglers should note that they must walk a short distance ... morethrough a pasture to reach the river. Please respect land and livestock. This area of the Weber River consists of slow moving, meandering sections comprised of deep runs and pools 3-5 feet deep. Limited shallow (1-2 foot) riffles are also present in between the deeper sections.
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This day-use access point provides great access to a section of the Weber predominated by riffle habitat with access to nice pools. This section of the Weber consists of mainly riffle/run ... morehabitat (1 to 2 feet deep) with pool habitat located at meander bends (3 to 4 feet deep).
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Fishing, Wildlife Viewing

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