Waters in northeastern Utah are among the top picks of DWR biologists to enjoy fishing this Memorial Day weekend. “It can be challenging to pick a water that best meets what you’re looking for,” shares fisheries coordinator Randy Oplinger. “Fortunately, our biologists know these waters like the backs of their hands. And they’re happy to provide direction.” The best family fishing waters listed for northeastern Utah are Brown’s Draw, Cottonwood, Currant Creek, East Park and Steinaker Reservoir. “These five waters are great family-fishing waters because they’re places where everyone, regardless of their fishing experience, can catch fish,” explains Oplinger. “Experienced anglers and new anglers can have a great time catching fish together. Both bait and lures work at these waters, and shore anglers can catch a lot of fish...Depending on where you go, you and your family might catch trout, bass, bluegill and even tiger muskie.” If your family wants to give fishing a try for the first time or it’s just been a while, visit www.takemefishing.org to learn how to fish or brush up on skills.