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Rockport Reservoir


Rockport Reservoir
Rockport Reservoir

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Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 2/18/2018

Current Conditions

Ice Conditions: Less than half the reservoir is covered in ice. Warm temperatures are the melting the ice quickly and conditions are changing daily. The ice is les than 4 inches thick at the boat ramp and is unsafe.  There is open shore line at the southern end of the reservoir. It runs from the Crandall Campground past Twin Coves, and stops at the point just south of the launch ramp. There is also open shore line by Juniper Camp Ground. The launch ramp is ice in.
Fishing Report: People fishing from shore have had good success catching 12-18 inch rainbow trout using garlic or cheese power bait.
Fish cleaning Station: Closed for winter.
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Water Temp: Low 30s
Water Level: 96%
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Fees: We will no longer be staffing the gate. Please pay the park fees by envelope.
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Day-Use: All Day Use areas in the park are open except Pinery.
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Launch Ramp: The launch ramp is still accessible. There are no docks in the water.
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Campground: The water at Juniper has been turned off for the winter and the restrooms and showers have been closed. If you are self contained, there is still power on at Juniper.
Ceder Point, Cottonwood and Riverside campgrounds are closed for the season.
Twin Coves and Crandall campgrounds are still open.
Fires are allowed in designated fire pits, all campsites have fire pits.
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Surface: Open
Road Conditions: Clear
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Last Updated: February 13, 2018

Rockport Reservoir (also called Wanship Reservoir) is a large lake located on the Weber River midway between Kamas and Coalville. The reservoir shoreline is owned entirely by the state of Utah. Public access is unrestricted, but fees are charged to use park facilities.

Rockport is a popular ice fishing destination, especially for Perch enthusiasts anxious to catch lots of tasty Yellow Perch through the ice.

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