Fees reduced for anglers at Utah state parks
You can save money -- and fish during one of the quietest times of the week -- by fishing at a Utah state park on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
From now until the end of the year, anglers who have a valid 365-day Utah fishing or combination license can save up to 50 percent off the regular day-use fee when they visit a Utah state boating park on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Utah residents who are 62 years of age and older will receive up to half off the senior day-use fee.
The state park day-use fee covers up to eight people traveling in the same private vehicle. This discount offer continues through the year, but it's not valid on holidays.
To receive the discount, all you have to do is show your valid fishing or combination license as you enter the park. Your group needs only one valid fishing license to receive the discount, but everyone in the group who wants to fish must have a valid Utah fishing or combination license.
Fishing and combination licenses are available at www.wildlife.utah.gov and from fishing and hunting license agents and Division of Wildlife Resources offices across the state.