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Daily Limits

The limits listed below apply to most Utah fisheries, but on some waters, specific bag or size restrictions apply. Please see the Rules for specific waters beginning exceptions.


Black crappie and white crappie (a combined total)50
Bluegill and green sunfish (a combined total)50
Bonneville cisco30

(Reminder: Do not release any burbot you catch. All burbot caught must be immediately killed.)

No Limit
Channel catfish8
Community fisheries
(The limit includes fish of most species, but you must release any tiger muskellunge you catch. You are also encouraged to release all largemouth bass.)
(Reminder: You may use bait to catch crayfish on waters where bait use is prohibited for fish, as long as none of the lines have hooks attached.)
No Limit
Kokanee salmon
(Reminder: Kokanee salmon are part of the total trout limit.)
See trout limit next column
Largemouth and smallmouth bass (a combined total)6
Nongame species (except prohibited fish; list of prohibited fish)No Limit
Northern pike20, only 1 over 36 inches
Roundtail chub
(New this year: You may now catch roundtail on portions of specific waters; bait and harvest restrictions may apply. See details in the Rules for specific waters.)
Sacramento perch10
Striped bassNo Limit
Tiger muskellunge1 over 40 inches
Trout, kokanee salmon and Arctic grayling (a combined total). Anglers may not possess kokanee salmon at any waterbody statewide from Sept. 10 through Nov. 30.4
Walleye10, only 1 over 24 inches
White bassNo limit
Yellow perch50