Green River Fishing Report

Green River Fishing Report

Updated 1-11-20

Flows should remain fairly high, with morning bumps occurring around 7AM, mid day drop, followed by an afternoon bump, creating an average daily flow around 2700 CFS. Streamer fishing is hot right now. We are catching some very aggressive and healthy browns and rainbows. Most of the browns have already recovered from the spawn and are looking very healthy.  

Fall colors on the river and around the area are adding to the great fishing to be had. No crowds and quiet on the river.   

Dry flies:     Midge are our main fly hatch right now with a few late season BWO/Psuedo's around. Concentrate on the seams and back eddy's.

Nymphing:  Small scuds, zebra midges, gray soft hackle .....Sizes 18-22

Streamers: Streamers are the ticket right now. Gold and black have been the hot colors but try a variety if those aren't working. Shady spots in the canyon and cloudy days offer some great action right now.

Stop in the shop and we can pick you out the best selection of flies and streamers for you day. We have been seeing some very big fish caught.  Any questions give us a call. 435-885-3355 

below is a link to the USGS Current conditions for flows. 

https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?site_no=09234500

 

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