Echo Reservoir is located in Summit County, Utah. Take I80 North of Coalville, the exits to Echo Reservoir are clearly marked.
Most likely catch is rainbow trout and yellow perch. Other species you may catch include. smallmouth Bass, largemouth Bass, brown trout, channel catfish, black crappie, and cutthroat crout.
Updated for the 2021 fishing season. Closed to the use of underwater spearfishing to take largemouth and smallmouth bass from April 1st through the 4th Saturday of June. No limit for walleye. Anglers must not release any walleye they catch. All walleye must be immediately killed.
All boaters must self-certify and display your quagga form prior to launching your vessel.
Fish Stocked Since 2002
Mostly Rainbows and some Bullhead Channel Catish. From 2017 to 2019, the DWR planted sterile Walleye. DWR Report
Nearby Areas to Fish
Rockport Reservoir, Lost Creek Reservoir, East Canyon Reservoir, Jordanelle Reservoir, Little Dell Reservoir, Smith and Morehouse Reservoir, Weber River, Deseret Land and Livestock, and Chalk Creek. Porcupine Reservoir in Summit County, Baker Reservoir.
The reservoir is a tributary of the Weber River.
There is several places to camp along the east bank of the reservoir. In 2018, Echo State Park became one of Utah's newest state parks.
In 2012 the dam was upgraded for earthquake proofing.
Were You Looking For
Echo Lake (Murdock Basin, Uinta's)