Jordan River Reservoir Lehi

Location

Jordan River Reservoir is located in Utah County, Utah in Lehi city. From Lehi Main Street take Willow Park Road northbound towards Willow park. Instead of entering Willow Park turn right and head north towards Osier Park. The reservoir is located just north of the soccer fields of Osier Park.

Other info

There is supposed to be a grand opening sometime in the spring of 2020 that will co-insist with a stocking of fish. Since the lake is so new it is extremely hard to get info on it. If you have any updates of if I got anything wrong please reach out to me and I will update. You can find me at [email protected] or on Instagram. I will frequently update this page as more information is provided.

Fish Species

Likely catch: The pond is stocked in the summer time with rainbow trout.

Possible catch: As with most community fisheries the fish stocked can change rapidly. There is a small population of bluegill and sunfish. From time to time brood stock fish will be planted here. Brood stock fish are kept for breeding purposes until they are too old then released in community ponds. Brood stock fish average from two to five pounds. I've heard rumors of their being a very small population of largemouth and smallmouth bass in here as well. The DWR asks that anglers voluntarily release all bass caught in the community fisheries.

Future catch: Catfish should be here later in the year.

Fishing Regulations

The daily limit is 2 fish. (Common carp do not count toward the daily limit.)
Closed to the possession of tiger muskie. All tiger muskie must be immediately released.
Anglers are encouraged to voluntarily release all largemouth bass.
Waters are open to fishing only when the community parks are open to the public

History

The reservoir was completed in 2017. The reservoir increased irrigation water supply in the city of Lehi by 28%. 2018 work began on converting the reservoir into a community fishery. The reservoir opened to the public in 2020.

Nearby places to fish

Jordan River, Utah Lake, Highland Glen Park, Manilla Creek Park Pond, Dry Creek Reservoir coming spring of 2020, and Provo river.