DIRECTIONS: Four miles south of Heber and about 50 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Take I-80 to the U-40 cutoff to Heber. Take U-189 on south end of town to reservoir. Or, follow U-189 east through Provo Canyon to reservoir.
DESCRIPTION: This is a large reservoir, about 2,500 surface acres, which fluctuates during summer. This is lower elevation water with sagebrush and oak brush, and a few trees around shoreline.FISH: Rainbow, Brown, Walleye, Perch, Largemouth, Smallmouth
WHAT WORKS: For walleye, troll with diving crankbaits or a spinner harness behind a bottom bouncer. For walleye from shore, fish late or early with jigs or Rapalas. For trout, use Power Bait or salmon eggs. Troll with pop gear and worm or flatfish, or troll triple teaser or needlefish. For bass, use top-water lures, crankbaits or jigs, all in crawfish or perch colors.
DETAILS: A good place for trout is near Provo River inlet or Rainbow Bay and Wallsburg Bay. For walleye, fish rocky shorelines or moderately shallow gravel bottom areas. Some anglers fish at night. Work structure for bass, such as around willows, rocky shorelines or gravel points. There are some very large fish, so good place to try for trophy.
NOTES: It's a very accesible and can be very productive. Carries a large population of browns and rainbow. Also a large number of walleye. Bass under 12 inches must be returned. Nice state campgrounds on the south end. Several parking areas along eastern shoreline. Concessionaire mid-lake. Also nice boat ramp. For something different, try catching crayfish. Water has special regulations, so consult proclamation.