Happy new year, and happy streamer season!


Green River Fishing Report 1/3/22 Typical winter flows around 900CFS. Water temps are in the low 40's. Fish have moved off of their beds are are now relocating into some of the deep and slow winter holds. Now is the time to start planning your winter streamer trip. Dry flies:     Very few winter baetis are coming off sporadically along with a few midge. Nymphing:  Small, and we mean small, baetis,...

Colorful leaves and fish


Green River Fishing Report 10/10/21 Flows have dropped some and are running 1310 CFS average. The cooler temps have brought snow to the hill and the leaves are in change. Dry flies:     We are seeing some good hatches of fall mayflies. Mostly seeing some psudos and a few baetis. Nymphing:  Small fall mayflies, midge, scuds, and worms are the main meal tickets. Streamers:  Streamer season is starting up. We have had some good...

Hoppers, Beetles, and Other Big Bugs


Green River Fishing Report 9/2/21 Flows are in good shape along with good water temps. There are no closures due to water temps or flows. Dry flies:     Teresterialls are the name of the game for the next while. We are fishing everything from small beetle patterns all the way up to large ant and hopper patterns. Run some long drifts and feel free to give it some action. There are...

Good water temps and flows.


Green River Fishing Report 7/29/21 Flows are in good shape along with good water temps. There are no closures due to water temps or flows. Dry flies:     While the hatches are slowing down we are still having some decent caddis coming off in the evenings and nights. We are also fishing some crickets, ants, and other smalish terrestrials. Nymphing:  Nymphing is good. Still some PMDs swimming around. Fish some frenchies, slim...

HATCH SEASON


Green River Fishing Report 5/29/21 The 2nd flush is winding down and flows are getting into good shape. Dry flies:     Hatch season is here. Caddis, sally's, and PMDs. Nymphing:  Subsurface we are running caddis, PMDs, Zebras, small midge and scuds. Streamers:  Streamers are slowing down but on a cloudy day or early mornings and late evenings it can still be very good. Stop in the shop and we can pick you out the best...

Flows on the drop, fishing good.


Green River Fishing Report 5/29/21 The flush is winding down and flows are getting into good shape. This will be some of the best flows we will have this year. Flows will be back down to 860 CFS by June 5. Dry flies:     We are seeing, and hearing, some good cicadas. Summer hatches are right around the corner. With the dropping flows the caddis should be starting any day now....

Good spring time fishing right now.


Green River Fishing Report 5/1/21 Fishing has been good, flows are still low, water is still cold. The low water temps are preventing the BWOs from coming off thick, though we have still had good numbers of them around. Dry flies:     BWOs, midge and a few caddis. If you are in the right place at the right time you can get into some nice hatch fishing now. Nymphing:  Nymphing has been...

Warmer days and more bugs


Green River Fishing Report 3/24/21 We have been having some nice days with some warmer weather in the forecast. Dry flies:     Good midge hatches and more BWOs every day. We are still needing our water temp to climb a bit more to really get the bugs going but we're getting close. Nymphing:  Nymphing has been good. Find some water a bit of movement to it in the 2 to 5'...

Warm weather window


Green River Fishing Report 2/27/21 We have some warm weather in the near future which should make for some good days on the water. Average daily flows have dropped a bit. Dry flies:     Mainly still midge until our water temps come up some, though there are a few BWOs around. This warm weather should make thing interesting. Nymphing:  Nymphing has been good. Find some water a bit of movement to it in...

Starting to see some hatches


Green River Fishing Report 2/22/21 With the low water temps fish are congrating in deeper runs near faster riffles. We are starting to see some decent midge hatches and even some BWO's. Dry flies:     We have been able to fish some OK midge hatches and even had a few BWO eats. Cover some water to find where the bugs are coming off and where the fish are keyed into them.