Logan is located in the North Central area of Utah right next to the Idaho border. The rivers that occupy Logan are Logan River, Blacksmith Fork, and Little Bear. Logan also offers great scenery, good fishing, and a sense of wilderness. The rivers are famous for fast fishing for small fish.
The Logan River mainly holds small to medium-sized fish. However, on occasion, you can catch a pretty nice-sized large fish. The dominate Logan River is dominate to rainbows, cutthroats, brookies, and whitefish.
|Tiny Winter Blackstone||Fubruary-March|
|Green Drake||May-June, September|
|Blue Wing Olives||March-April, September|
The Little Bear River is often difficult to fish. Most of the river is on private land, which makes it difficult for fishing access. The fish that make up this river are browns, cutthroats, whitefish, and rainbows.
|Blue Wing Olives||February-April, September|
|Pale Morning Dun||May-August|
|Red Side Shiners||Effective Year Round|