Entries by Christopher Eaton

Low and slow – fish the fast


Green River Fishing Report 6/26/20 Flows have dropped and look to remain that way. We still have some good numbers of cicadas around. They're smaller guys this year - think slim 8's to 12's - we should be able to fish them for another three weeks. PMD's, sally's, and caddis are on deck and primed to put on a good show. Get strategic with your bugs - the bigger...

Spring release is here!


Updated 5-29-20 All river access is open. Ashley Nation Forest has no closures due to COVID-19 Check their site for updates: https://www.fs.usda.gov/ashley Camping is still open in the seasonally open campgrounds.  All that being said, we recommend everyone planning on visiting our area to be cautious. If you are sick, stay home. If you have been exposed to someone who has been sick, stay home.  We also recommend calling the shop to check and see if...

High Water is in our future…


Updated 5-16-20 All river access is open. Ashley Nation Forest has no closures due to COVID-19 Check their site for updates: https://www.fs.usda.gov/ashley Camping is still open in the seasonally open campgrounds.  All that being said, we recommend everyone planning on visiting our area to be cautious. If you are sick, stay home. If you have been exposed to someone who has been sick, stay home.  We also recommend calling the shop to check and see if...

Green River and Dam boat ramps open


Updated 4-10-20 All river access is open. Ashley Nation Forest has limited closures related to COVID-19 on Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Check their site for updates: https://www.fs.usda.gov/ashley Camping is still open in the seasonally open campgrounds.  All that being said, we recommend everyone planning on visiting our area to be cautious. If you are sick, stay home. If you have been exposed to someone who has been sick, stay home.  We also recommend calling the shop to...

Warm up is on it’s way


Updated 2-19-20 The average daily flows are planned to be sustained at 2,150 cfs until the beginning of March 2020. We are starting to see some strong midge hatches on all sections and some fish are keying into some of the sporadic BWO hatches that we are starting to see as well. Streamer fishing is still prime! Dry flies:     Midge are starting to come off thick on our warmer days...