Sevier River


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Se·vier River

 (sə-vîr′)
A river, about 450 km (280 mi) long, of west-central Utah flowing north then southwest through the Sevier Desert. It empties into Sevier Lake, a shrinking salt lake that is usually dry.
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Fishing is plentiful at Piute Reservoir State Park and Otter Creek State Park as well as the Sevier River which winds its way the length and breadth of the county.
Panguitch sits in a valley at an elevation of 6,600 feet, with the Sevier River (pronounced ``severe'') running through it.
Mike James, a local fishing guide, showed us some prime spots on the East Fork of the Sevier River, including a beautiful stretch in Kingston Canyon where the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has recently purchased land to provide four miles of river access for anglers.
1) Jimmy Toy of Westlake Village fishes the East Fork of the Sevier River in Panguitch, Utah.
Bureau of Reclamation is showing how timely collection and distribution of information can improve the efficiency of irrigation systems and help farmers in Utah's Sevier River basin stretch limited water resources.
Extensive surveys throughout least chub habitat have identified populations in three additional locations: Lucin Pond in Box Elder County, a spring complex in Juab County, and a spring complex in the Sevier River drainage in Mills Valley, Sevier County.