Location: The Colorado River flows through southeastern Utah.
Course: The river begins in Colorado then flows through southeastern Utah. Eventually it confluences with the Green River, then goes into Lake Powell.
Fishing Regulations: Updated for the 2021 fishing season.
From the Colorado state line downriver to the Hite bridge on SR-95. No limit for channel catfish.
No limit for burbot, northern pike, small-mouth bass or walleye. Anglers may not release any of these fish, which must be immediately killed. Species of threatened and endangered fish occur in the Colorado. If you catch one of these fish, you must release it immediately. You can find out more on page 17 of the Utah Fishing Guidebook.
Dolores River (Grand County) from the conflu-nce with the Colorado River upstream to the Colorado state line; Mill Creek (Grand County) from the confluence with the Colorado River upstream to headwaters; Dirty Devil River (Garfield and Wayne counties) from the SR-95 bridge upstream to the Hanksville Diversion.• No limit for channel catfish.• No limit for burbot, northern pike, small-mouth bass or walleye. Anglers may not release any of these fish, which must be immediately killed.
Tributaries: Green River, Gila River, San Juan River, Little Colorado River, Dolores River, Gunnison River, and Virgin River.