FFM, there are a lot of streams and ponds in the Uintas that hold grayling. I don't know how many places there are on the West slope, but on the South slope and the North slope, there are numerous places to catch one.
Looks like Emery/Carbon counties have some too. This information is from utahfishfinder.com Manti-LaSal Mountains
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Albino Trout, Bluegill, Grayling
, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Splake (hybrid)
All lakes are now accessible and have been stocked. Fishing at Blue Lake has been excellent. Brook and rainbow trout up to 13 inches have been taking flies and lures. Recommended flies include ants, beetles and wooly worms. Dark Canyon was stocked with 2,400 nine- to ten-inch rainbow trout in June. Medicine Lake was stocked with 800 rainbow trout. Warner received 2,000 rainbow trout. Oowah was planted with 4,800 catchable-size rainbow trout. Fishing has been good at Oowah for rainbow and brook trout with spinners or salmon eggs. Fishing at Hidden Lake has been good for hold-over and stocked rainbow trout. Salmon eggs, worms and spinners have worked best. Hidden received its summer allotment of 3,200 nine- to ten-inch rainbow trout last month. Fishing at Dons Lake has been fair for splake and tiger trout with spinners and flies.
I'll get some of the names and areas of some of the streams and ponds out here that have numbers and get back to you.
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