The only Inn in Utah that sits on the Provo River
Experience Utah fly fishing at it’s very best all within a nature preserve filled with over 100 species of wild birds, bald eagles, red- tailed hawks, deer, moose, fox, beaver and raccoons; including 11 miles of newly created Blue Ribbon Fishery filled with German Brown and Rainbow Trout. Maybe a fly fishing trip is just what you need to feel relaxed and rejuvenated during your visit.
ONLY the Johnson Mill can offer:
Over 30 acres of private land that sits on the 300 acre nature pressure on the Provo River. On those private and exclusive grounds you will find:
Come see why ESPN calls the Johnson Mill, "The best play we have ever stayed to fly fish"
"As an avid fly fisher, the Johnson Mill is the best combination of luxury and awesome fishing...” --Patricia Dee-Kelly
“Johnson Mill sits on a bluff overlooking the Provo River, one of the prime fishing areas in the state of Utah. While staying at the Johnson Mill I caught and released many trout including a 26- inch rainbow in their lake and a 24-inch brown trout in their private spring creek. With world class small mouth fishing in Jordenelle Lake and Deer Creek just minutes away, this destination is Blue Ribbon in every sense.” --Chris Bailey, Reel Outdoors TV
“ Johnson Mill is an excellent destination for anglers looking for a private fishing opportunity. The ponds and spring fed creeks are home to large rainbow and brown trout that average 14 to 22 inches in length, with some as large as 29 inches. Many of the anglers we direct to the Mill say they have seen nothing like it. It is literally full of trout, is easy access and can challenge anglers of all skill levels. Anglers witness deer grazing and bedding, eagles fishing, foxes hunting, beavers building dams and rearing young, wetland, songbirds, and moose. The Provo River runs within a hundred yards of the property and is one of the top fisheries in the nation. Johnson Mill is the finest of its kind; the scenery and location make it eye-catching and unique in every way." --Mark Forsland, Fours Seasons Flyfishers