Fishlake National Forest

Corn Creek

Fillmore Ranger District

Game Fish Present: Mostly Brown Trout, some Rainbow Trout possible.

Description: Corn Creek is a nice, mid-sized stream with plentiful brown trout. Fishing was impacted by the 1983 flooding, and then again by a large wildfire in 1996 and subsequent flooding in 1997, but is recovering and again producing some nice browns. Corn Creek is known for having rattlesnakes, so use caution.

Season: Open year round on the National Forest

Gear Suggestions: Flies and lures. Bait is ok for rainbow trout, but less effective for the wild brown trout.

Camping:

Adelaide Campground
5500'
3 family sites, 4 group sites
May-Oct.

CORN CREEK, Millard County. This stream is accessible by dirt road going east from the town of Kanosh. The stream contains predominantly brown trout. A few rainbow trout are stocked near the campground, about 3 miles up the canyon. The upper 3 miles of stream are accessible by foot trail. Most of the stream is located on the Fishlake National Forest.

Fishlake National Forest
115 E 900 N
Richfield , UT 84701

(435) 896-9233

Directions

Access is on Forest Road 106 east from Kanosh. This is a graded dirt road that is also treated with mag-chloride and is suitable for passenger cars in good weather up to Adelaide Campground. Upper sections of the creek are accessible by foot trail.