Green River Fishing Report
The weather is starting to turn and we have seen some very nice day's. Morning temps are still cold but afternoons getting in the 40's. Looking forward to a lot warmer days.
As of March 6th the river flows have dropped to 840cfs and will remain at that flow until further notice. For the wade fishermen and women this is great news! Wading access is the best it gets and you can even cross in certain spots of the river. Floaters will have fun negotiating rocks now but finding the fish easier.
Browns Park is a little warmer and no snow but the roads down there could be very muddy at times.
We are seeing nice midge and blue wings hatching in the early to mid afternoon. Smaller patterns in cripples and emergers seem to be the best choice. Nymphing midges, baetis, worms and scuds in the deeper pools along the current lines. Streamers are working great in the slower water vs. faster water. Give us a call or stop in the shop for information or picking up the flies you may need. We have received most of our new pre season orders for the year and have great new and current patterns and the latest gear!
Flows: 840 cfs
Red Creek: clear
Hatches: BWO's , Midges
Dries: Mainly small Blue Wings size 20's to 22 and midges.
Nymphing : Nymphing mayfly nymphs, Midges, small micro scuds. Worms, pheasant tails. Keep it small, size 20-22's
Steamers : Streamers are fishing great and I just say have an assortment of colors and sizes.