Directions: Jensen Nature Park Pond is located in Davis County, Utah. From the Interstate 15 freeway take the Layton Parkway exit west then turn north onto Main Street. Follow this to Gentile street which will be your next left. Head west on Gentile Street for about 3.4 miles then turn north onto Bluff road. After a half mile you will see the giant park on the west side of the road.

Fish Species: Rainbow Trout, Channel Catfish, Wiper, and Largemouth Bass. Bluegill are stocked here about every four years so are a possible catch.

Other Info: This is one of the larger community ponds in Utah. The park surrounding the pond has 33 picnic tables, along with public restrooms and a fish cleaning station. The park also has a orienteering course, which i think is some type of geocaching GPS adventure course. You can read more about it on the Syracuse City webpage. There are also several trails around the pond which are perfect for an evening stroll with your dog.

Fishing Syracuse Utah

Fishing Regulations: Jensen Pond falls under the community pond fishing regulations of Utah. The daily limit is 2 fish. Anglers are encouraged to voluntarily release all Largemouth Bass. Waters are open to fishing only when the community parks are open to the public. Alcoholic beverages are strongly prohibited. Swimming, wading, diving, or jumping into the pond is prohibited as well. Jensen Nature Park Pond is a non smoking area. The pond is closed to ice fishing and ice skating. A flotation device must not exceed 12 feet in length. No device shall have a motor. All passengers on a flotation device must wear a life jacket.

Nearby Areas to Fish: Mabey Pond a six mile drive to Clearfield, Steed Pond a 4.5 mile drive to Clearfield, Kaysville Ponds 8.5 mile drive to Kaysville, Clinton Park Pond 6.6 mile drive to Clinton, Meadow Creek Pond 8 mile drive to Hooper, Farmington Pond 12 mile drive to farmington, Weber River, Glassmans Pond, Fort Beunaventura, Bountiful Pond, Willard Bay.

Jensen Nature Park Pond