A Big Year for Utah Fishermen: 11 State Records Set in 2022

A Big Year for Utah Fishermen: 11 State Records Set in 2022
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Ryan Peterson caught his record-breaking non-native cutthroat trout June 4 at Fish Lake. The fish was 3 pounds 14 ounces, 22½ inches long and had an 11-inch girth; (photo/Utah Division of Wildlife Resources)

Fishermen caught record-breaking fish in several categories, including catch-and-release, catch-and-keep, and spearfishing, wildlife officials said this week.

The big-fish stories of 10 Utah anglers just went official. Of the state’s 68 fishing records, 11 now have new holders and bigger fish, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) announced this week.

One of the successful fishermen, Eli Gourdin, actually broke two records this year. He caught and released a 25-inch Bonneville cutthroat trout in Lost Creek Reservoir and a…

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