List of lakes, reservoirs and ponds in Utah. We use the same region map that the DWR uses here.

Northern
Central
Northeastern
Southern
Southeastern
View of Chepeta Lake from parking lot.
Uintas

Northern The northern region area includes Box Elder County, Cache County, Rich County, Weber County, Davis County, Morgan County, most of Summit County, and the northeast section of Wasatch County. We split the Uintas into its own separate section.

Central The central region includes Tooele County, Salt Lake County, most of Wasatch County, most of Utah County, Juab County, and most of San Pete County.

NorthEastern The northeastern region includes the eastern part of Wasatch County, most of Duchesne County, a small part of eastern Summit County, Dagett County, Uintah County, and part of the top portion of Grand County.

Southern The southern region includes Millard County, Sevier County, southwest corner of Emery County, Beaver County, Piute County, the west half of Wayne County, the west half of Garfield County, Iron County, Kane County, and Washington County.

SouthEastern Southeastern unit includes Carbon County, Most of Emery County, Most of Grand County, the east half of Wayne County, the east side of Garfield County, San Juan County, and takes a small part of San Pete, and Duchesne County, Utah.

Blue Ribbon Utah is home to over 40 Blue Ribbon waters. These are rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds that have been designated by the Division of Wildlife Resources and the Blue Ribbon Advisory Council as waters that have exceptional fishing quality, great outdoor experience, quality fish habitat and economic benefits.

Community Ponds There are over 50 community ponds in Utah. Most of these are located within or very close to cities. The ponds are stocked frequently with good sized fish. Each Pond has special regulations that we cover in depth.

Uintas There are over 1000 fishable ponds in the Uintas region. We are attempting have a write up on most of them.