Little Creek Reservoir is located in Rich County, Utah. From Randolph Utah take Highway 16 and turn onto Canyon Street/ Little Creek Road Westbound and follow for 2 miles.
Rainbow Trout is stocked multiple times a year by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
A popular mountain biking trail starts near the cemetery and Big Creek Trail then follows a 2.5 mile path to the reservoir. There is camping to the east of the reservoir in Little Creek Campground.
A tributary to the Bear River.
Updated for the 2021 fishing season. Limit 8 trout from August 1st though October 31st. Limit 4 trout from Jan 1st through July 31st and from November 1st through December 31st.
1902 - The Utah Fish and Game acquires one million eggs of the native black spotted trout from Fish Lake in Sevier County. These eggs are then take to the hatchery and fish fry are planted across the state. From this allotment R.G. Marshall was able to plant 20,000 trout in Little Creek and 20,000 trout in Otter Creek which is a few miles to the north.
1916 - The Little Creek Company filed it's corporation papers with $10,000 in capitalization. Little Creek Reservoir was built for irrigation purposes. The corporation was filed by Robert McKinnon, Jane McKinnon, Walter Norris, John Weston, John C. Gray, Frank Pearce, and R.D. Marsh.
Nearby Areas to Fish
Birch Creek Reservoir, Woodruff Reservoir, Laketown Reservoir, Bear River, Bear Lake, Garden City Pond, Sixmile Reservoir, and South Lake.