The Utah Trout Slam is a statewide event that challenges anglers to catch seven unique
species of trout during the 2010 calendar year.
All participating members will receive a Slam T shirt and member Decal and those
that capture the slam will receive a Certificate, additional “Victory” T shirt, and
bragging rights on conquering the Utah Trout Slam. The Top 3 members with the Largest
Slam(total length) of the year will receive awards.
To qualify for the 2010 [Club] Utah Trout Slam, anglers must register as a member
and pay an one time fee of $15. You will receive an informational packet by mail
with rules and regulations of the slam.
"Utah offers amazingly diverse angling experiences. The Utah Trout Slam is an exciting
way to tackle all the Trout species of the state while exploring newfound waters,
creating memories and catching fish!"
USA Fly Fishing Team, Two-Time Gold Medal Winner in the Fly Fishing Competition,
and Multiple Utah Species Record Holder
I am so excited to be part of the 2010 Utah Trout Slam! There is no better way to
learn new techniques, and new places to fish as you attempt to catch the 7 species
of trout for the slam. I hope to see you on the water"
- Gary S Winterton, Host of Hooked On Utah!
As many if you know, I preach to not get pigeonholed by your technique. Don't limit
yourself to one style. Well, The Utah Trout Slam is the same idea. The more you challenge
yourself to learn how to catch all types of fish, the better angler you will be for
your favorite fish. The learning process of figuring each species out will expand
your skill levels in all areas. Sounds to me like one of the funnest ways to go out
and fish while making yourself a better angler in the process. I think the Slam is
a great idea!
Author, Lecturer and Fishing Guide
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“You already know you're a great trout angler, Here's your chance to show the rest
of the state."
Roger Wilson, Coldwater Sport Fisheries Coordinator for the Division of Wildlife