The Weber River runs 125 miles. It originates in the Uintas Mountains and ends in the Great Salt Lake. From the Uintas Mountains the river goes past several lakes and ponds before reaching Oakley, then emptying into Rockport Reservoir. After Rockport the river follows Interstate 80 then empties into Echo Reservoir. After Echo the river follows Interstate 84 down Weber Canyon. After Weber Canyon the river flows into the city of Ogden before finishing in the Great Salt Lake.


Smith and Morehouse Creek, East Canyon Creek, and Ogden River.

Blue Ribbon

The section of the Weber River from Echo Reservoir to Wanship has been classified as a Blue Ribbon fishery.

Fish Species

Brown Trout, Mountain Whitefish, Bonneville Cutthroat Trout, and Rainbow Trout.

Fishing Regulations Updated for the 2024 Season

From the first I-80 bridge upstream from Echo Reservoir (near Exit 164) upstream to the I-80 bridge near Wanship (near Exit 156) the limit is 2 trout. Whitefish limit is 10. Artificial flies and lures only.

From the Great Salt Lake to Echo Reservoir dam:
• All cutthroat trout—or trout with cutthroat markings must be immediately released. To learn how to identify cutthroat trout in this water, see the description of Bonneville cutthroat trout on page 50.
• Common carp are the only non game fish allowed to be taken.