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 the 2 to 5′ depth range. Midge and BWO are working best, Barr’s, WDs, Juju’s and Zebras have been working well. Cover water until you find the…

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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. Emerging and crippled midge patterns are working well. Nymphing:  Nymphing has been good. Find some water a bit of movement to it in the 2 to 5′ depth range.…

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Winter fishing at it’s best

Green River Fishing Report 2/9/21 Winter flows are here, it will be low and slow, with evening bumps for power and water needs. Streamer fishing is still amazing and you can have some very good days nymphing right now. The midge and BWO hatch is still slow but you can still have some fun throwing smaller dries. Dry flies:     There are a few midge and blue wings coming off in select areas on some days. Dry’s are still slow right now but can pick you up some fish if you put in the time. Nymphing:  Nymphing is hot right…

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Peak time for streamers is now

Green River Fishing Report 1/14/21 Winter flows are here, it will be low and slow, with evening bumps for power and water needs. Nymphing and streamers are the way to go, but you could make a day out of throwing dries – with some patience. Dry flies:     There are a few midge and blue wings coming off in select areas on some days. Dry’s are still slow right now but can pick you up some fish if you put in the time. Nymphing:  Nymphing is hot right now. Scuds, worms, small mayfly’s, and midge nymphs. Streamers:  It’s streamer time.…

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Streamer season is here

Green River Fishing Report 12/18/20 Flows will remain 900ish for the foreseeable future with bumps for power generation in the evenings up to 2000. Temps are lower 40’s See the chart below for more info. Dry flies:     Mainly midge and a few fall baetis still coming off. Dry’s are slow right now. Nymphing:  Nymphing is hot right now. Scuds, worms, small mayfly’s, and caddis nymphs. Streamers:  We are getting into prime time streamer season. Look for a cloudy day and go sling some meat! Stop in the shop and we can pick you out the best selection of flies…

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Winter baetis and eggs

Green River Fishing Report 11/17/20 Flows will remain 900ish for the foreseeable future. Temps are mid 40’s See the chart below for more info. 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 Seasonally open campgrounds are still open. Dry flies:     We have been having some great fall/winter baetis action. Mostly smaller 22’s with a few up to 18 mixed in. There are some midge around as well. Nymphing:  Scuds, worms, eggs, small mayfly’s, and caddis nymphs. Streamers:  Streamer fishing is good right now, not on fire, but good.…

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Green River Fishing Report

Find the latest Flows, Fishing conditions, and Bug recommendations to match the hatch. Green River, Flaming Gorge, Dutch John Utah