Live Fish Sales

Rainbow Trout are the most popular fish stocked. They grow fast, adapt to most ponds, and are easily caught. Rainbow trout do best in water between 50-70 degrees

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Tiger Trout are hybrids, formed by crossing Brook trout and Brown trout. These fish are aggressive and fun to catch. They do well in 50-75 degree water. These fish are very hardy! They are very similar to the browns but easier to catch!

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Brown Trout are a favorite of many experienced anglers. They can be hard to catch and they are aggressive towards other fish. Brown trout grow big and have been know to survive in water up to 75 degrees. Their growth is stunted in water under 55 degrees.

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Brook Trout are another favorite of fisherman because they are always ready to take a fly. These fish generally do not grow past 20 inches, unless conditions are ideal. Brook trout can be aggressive, but because of their size, this usually is not a problem for your smaller fish. These fish are great for small mountain ponds where the water is clean and cold (below 65 degrees is best).

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In an effort to help protect native Utah fish species, we do offer sterile (triploid) trout in all the species.

Fishing Hours
(April 1st to October 31st)

Monday through Saturday

9:00am to 8:00pm

No Fishing License Required

Directions from I-15

  • Take exit 349
  • Head east 3.6 miles
  • Turn right on to Fruitland Drive
  • Take a left a half-mile down the road on to Fish Farm Road.
Map Marker

2284 N. Fruitland Dr., North Ogden, UT 84414