There are plenty of reasons why fall makes a prime fishing time including the fact that there are fewer anglers and fewer recreational boats. “If you want to enjoy great fishing in less-crowded conditions, fall is the time to do it,” shares DWR sport fisheries coordinator Randy Oplinger. “Recreational boating and fishing pressure drop off dramatically in the fall.” Other great perks to fall fishing is enjoying some of the best scenery, weather and fishing of the year. To help families take advantage, the Division of Wildlife Resources is highlighting great family fall fishing around the state and the Basin makes the list. Topping the recommendations is walleye fishing at Starvation Reservoir with the note that walleye fishing is best from a boat. Trout fishing is recommended on the Green River below Flaming Gorge. Finally, the DWR recommends the lakes, streams, and rivers in the Uinta Mountains for trout and grayling fishing and some of the best scenery in the state.