Directions: Jordanelle Reservoir is located in Wasatch County, Utah. The reservoir is located between Park City and Heber just east of highway 40.
Fish Species: Yellow Perch, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass.Kokanee Salmon, Wiper, and Tiger Muskie.
Fishing Regulations: Updated for the 2018 fishing season. Limit 6 bass. Closed to spearfishing. Dead Yellow perch may be used as bait. Anglers may not possess kokanee salmon from Sept. 10 through Nov. 30.
Record: Catch and release of smallmouth bass record was set here in 2003; L: 23 1/2 inches by Clifford Sackett Jr.
Other Info: There are currently 20 yellow tagged fish in the reservoir. If you catch one measure it to the millimeter and email the information to [email protected]. The Utah Fish Advisory lists Jordanelle Reservoir as having high levels of Mercury in Brown Trout and Smallmouth Bass.
History: Construction on the dam began in June of 1987 and was completed in April of 1993. The reservoir took two years to fill with water. In 1995 it opened to the public. In 2016 Jordanelle State Park launched an open water park.
Nearby Areas to Fish: Provo River, Deer Creek Reservoir, Timber Lakes, Rockport Reservoir, Echo Reservoir, Smith and Morehouse Reservoir, Mill Hollow Reservoir, Uinta Mountains, Strawberry Reservoir, Currant Creek Reservoir.