From the Park Record:

_Anglers are catching 20-inch trout where they haven’t fished in a decade since the Utah Supreme Court decided they could walk on riverbeds on private land.

Where the beds are considered private property, “the public has the right to touch privately owned beds of state waters in ways incidental to all recreational rights provided for in the easement,” the 10-page Supreme Court opinion issued July 18 states._

No surprise, the ruling is expected to heighten tensions between anglers and property owners. Can you access river and stream beds on private property in your state? Do you think you should be able to?