Anderson Meadow Reservoir is located in Beaver County, Utah. From the city of Beaver head east on UT-153 for about 10 miles. You will then turn onto Kent’s Lake Road and head south for about 8 miles.

Fish Species

Likely catch is rainbow or brook trout. Possible catch is tiger trout.

On average each year around 4,500 rainbow trout are planted. The rainbows are considered catchable average around 10″. Each year on average around 2,000 brook trout are planted. The brook trout average around 3″. In 2019 for the first time tiger trout were introduced. around 200 tiger trout were planted in 2019 and 2020. The tiger trout averaged around 3″.

Other Info

Located in the Beaver Mountain Lakes area surrounded by dozens of close by fishable lakes and streams.

Fishing Regulations

Updated for the 2024 fishing season. Fishing from a boat with a motor is unlawful.


The South Fork of The Beaver River flows into Anderson Meadow Reservoir near the dam on the north side and flows out on the southern tip.

Nearby Areas to Fish

South Fork of the Beaver River, Wood Lake, Wards Cache Lake, Lebaron Lake, Rock Lake, Mumford Reservoir, Seseball Lake, Upper Kents Lake, Kents Lake, Lower Kents Lake, Birch Lake, Deer Lake, and Willow Lake.