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Raft 2 people maximum in 1 raft


The Weber River is one of Utah’s blue-ribbon fisheries. Our exclusive river access lets us float through and wade into miles of private property on the Weber River in Echo, Henefer, and Morgan. You can fish from the bow or stern of the raft that is outfitted with a fishing frame, while our expert guide rows to maneuver through the best spots on the river. You will also have opportunities to anchor out near remote, productive holes and wade out to fish.

Morning trips and afternoon trips are available in the spring, summer and autumn seasons, pending proper conditions. We do not do raft trips in the winter.

Transportation from the Park City area is an additional $20 per person. If you want to drive yourself to the meeting point, we will send you the location at least one day before the trip, after our guides have selected the best stretch of river for current fishing conditions.

*First-timers should have a healthy interest in learning the art of fly fishing. You must purchase your own fishing license from the Utah Fish & Wildlife Department online or at a local authorized retailer.

Destination Sports has been guiding quality fly fishing trips on the Weber and Provo Rivers, as well as other blue-ribbon Utah streams and creeks for many years. If you’re looking for the best fly fishing outfitters, look no farther!

Our professional guides are friendly, knowledgeable and fun to spend an afternoon with out on the river. Together, we create wonderfully fun and memorable fishing trips for family, friends or corporate outings.


Imagine enjoying a beautiful, relaxing day on one of our area’s blue-ribbon trout streams in the pristine scenery of the Wasatch Mountains. Many people don’t know that the Park City area is home to some of the best fishing in the entire state, including the Provo and Weber Rivers, Strawberry Reservoir and Jordanelle Dam, just to name a few. And we enjoy a nearly continuous series of hatches from early March to mid-November, ensuring you will enjoy dry and wet fly fishing almost anytime you have the urge.


All of our fishing trips are small, private excursions with just your group and a guide. We keep things personal because that is how good fishing should be, just you and the river…and a guide to help out when needed, even as much as giving fly fishing lessons for beginners. In those rivers, there are thousands of wild brown, cutthroat and rainbows along every mile, all just waiting for you.


Everyone who enjoys fishing had to start somewhere, had to make that first cast, had to place that first fly on the water. And, the best way to stay “hooked” is with that feeling you get the first time you catch a fish. Our guides understand this and welcome the opportunity to help first-timers get acquainted with the art of fishing. We do ask that any first-timers have a strong interest in learning to fish, as it just makes the time on the river so much more pleasant for everyone.

  • Raft
  • Guide
  • Gear
  • Snack & water
  • Echo to Henefer or Taggart to Morgan
  • Gratuity and tax not included
  • Catered sack lunch is $20 per person