Flyfishing the Sevier River in Southern Utah for Rainbow and Brown Trout
Sevier River 2012
Sevier River Rafting 2019
Fly Fishing the East Fork of the Sevier River, Late Summer
Fishing the Upper East Fork Sevier River, Utah
The Sevier River is a 385-mile (620 km)-long river in the Great Basin of southwestern Utah in the United States. Originating west of Bryce Canyon National Park, the river flows north through a chain of high farming valleys and steep canyons along the west side of the Sevier Plateau, before turning southwest and terminating in the endorheic basin of Sevier Lake in the Sevier Desert. It is used extensively for irrigation along its course, with the consequence that Sevier Lake is usually dry.