Water

Kayaking Sixth Water Creek

Marc Nelson drops into gorge at Sixth Water Creek. Photo - Bryson White, utahoutside.com

There is exactly one class V creek in Utah that runs everyday of the year (if you can get to it): Sixth Water Creek. It’s steep (dropping 250 feet per mile), short (less than a half-mile long), and usually has…

Green River Fishing Report for April 2013

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The Green River fishing has been variable depending on weather and location. The warmer days are providing good blue wing activity on the lower sections of river that receive more sunlight. Midges were hatching pretty much anywhere and everywhere, and…

Utah Stream Access rally at the capitol

Expect plenty of wading in the Escalante River. Photo: Skip Whitman

Utah’s public waters are at risk once again. The 2010 Utah State legislative session saw the passage of HB141, a bill that reversed a Utah Supreme Court decision that stated all water is owned by the public and is therefore public property.…

Where to learn to kayak in Utah

Photo - Bryson White, UtahOutside.com

If you’ve ever wanted to learn to kayak, 2013 is shaping up to be a prime year. A good winter of skiing like this is sure to bring a decent spring runoff for paddling. And fortunately for you, there are…