Green River Fishing Report 5/13/22
Flows are fluctuating throughout the day, with high flows from about 1100cfs at 10am. to noon rises to 2300cfs, and a 3RD BUMP AROUND 5PM TO 2500CFS. This flow continues to 11pm, when flows drop back to 1100cfs. Fishing remains good amid the fluctiuation.. we are starting to see some decent hatches of midge on the warmer days with a few BWOs mixed in. Streamers are still fishing well.
Some nice hatch of midge in the afternoon, earlier on the warmer days. BWOs are starting to thin out all though there have been a few around. Midge are on the smaller size 20 -22. We are also starting to see a few more terrestrials and the fishing keying in on them too.
Light nymph rigs and dry dropper rigs have been producing well with smaller midge and baetis emergers and midge pupa.
Streamer season is still here. We have been fishing some of the slower and deeper water with a slow almost jigging retrieve. Fish some smaller articulated leech patterns like Peanut Envy’s, Articulated Goldies, and Articulated thin mints. Cycle through your colors.
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Green River Flows
Flows have been around steady 900 CFS with temps in the upper 30’s.
Current Green River flows: