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Tooele County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Tooele County

Place USGS Topo Map
Abbots Fork Deseret Peak East
Aspen Creek Indian Springs
Bar Creek Elephant Knoll
Barlow Creek Terra
Bear Fork Deseret Peak East
Bennion Creek Vernon
Black Crook Creek Erickson Knoll
Boulter Creek Fivemile Pass
Brush Creek Lofgreen
Cedar Fork Deseret Peak East
Chokecherry Creek Dutch Peak
Clover Creek South Mountain
Cooleys Slough Burmester
Deep Creek Elephant Knoll SE
Delle Springs Timpie
Dog Hollow Creek Lofgreen
Dry Creek Davis Knolls
Dry Fork Deseret Peak East
Dry Lake Fork Deseret Peak East
Dutch Creek Vernon
East Deep Creek Ibapah
East Faust Creek Faust
East Government Creek Vernon
Elderberry Creek Erickson Knoll
Faust Creek Saint John
Fifteenmile Creek Georgetta Ranch
Fishing Creek Burmester
Government Creek Camels Back Ridge NW
Hickman Creek South Mountain
Indian Creek Coyote Springs
Lee Creek Indian Peaks
Little Valley Creek Sabie Mountain
Martin Fork Deseret Peak East
Meadow Creek Erickson Knoll
Mercur Creek Ophir
Middle Deep Creek Ibapah
Middle Lost Creek Deseret Peak West
North Fork Soldier Creek Stockton
North Lost Creek Hickman Knolls
North Oak Brush Creek Vernon
North Willow Creek Grantsville
Old River Bed Dugway Proving Ground SE
Ophir Creek Ophir
Pilot Creek Silver Island Pass
Pine Creek Bingham Canyon
Pockets Fork Deseret Peak East
Red Pine Creek Vernon
Reilly Creek Callao
Sabie Creek Fivemile Pass
Sixmile Creek Mills Junction
Soldier Creek Stockton
South Fork East Government Creek Lookout Pass
South Fork Soldier Creek Stockton
South Lost Creek Deseret Peak West
South Willow Creek Grantsville
Spring Creek Terra
Vernon Creek Vernon
Warm Springs Slough Burmester
West Deep Creek Ibapah
West Government Creek Indian Peaks
West Oak Brush Creek Indian Peaks
White Pine Fork Deseret Peak East

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Tooele County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Tooele County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.