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Trout TV Show on the Green River, UT

Green River Guide Nick Jackson and Trout TV Show Host Hilary Hutcheson kill it during the Cicada hatch last July in Utah. Trout Creek Flies hosted the two day trip and fly fishing the Green could not have gone better. The episode airs for free for 7 days online on Trout TV Show’s website- Green River Episode.

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Luke Bryan Fly Fishes the Green River Utah

Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan

Trout Creek Flies got a request to book a guided trip Wednesday afternoon just before Luke Bryan’s concert in Salt Lake City during his 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour. Luke also had a show scheduled for Thursday night at Usana Amphitheater and wanted to book a guided trip down Utah’s Green River just below Flaming Gorge Dam before his second night’s appearance. He flew in with a friend on a small plane and landed in Dutch John’s airport, where his guide picked him up for a day of fly fishing. Guide John M. Sparger and Trout Creek Flies did a great job entertaining Luke, who landed some very nice big fish on the Green. He was greeted at the ramp at Little Hole with some SWAG, a six pack of local Vernal Brewing Co.’s Little Hole Lager (he cracked one open right away), and a very big thank you for his selection with TCF. He was open and friendly snapping pics and signing onsies for a few very lucky locals.

See some pics of Luke on the Green River UT and his big Brown’s here: Trout Creek Flies Luke Bryan Fly Fishing Trip on Facebook. Luke also has a video of him fly fishing near Casper, WY the next day after his Green River guided trip and his two shows in SLC- watch the Youtube video here:

 

Luke Bryan Wyoming Fly FIshing Adventure. We love you Luke- hunting, fishing, loving everyday!

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Big 24″ Brown on Utah’s Green River, A Section

One of our favorite clients and dear friend John Cancilla (Newport, CA) landed this big boy 24 inch brown on the A-section in mid-July.

Caught on the A Section of the Green River.
Caught on the A Section of the Green River.

The Green River trip was hosted by Trout Creek Flies and guided by Nick Jackson. Guests John and Jeff stayed at the always beautiful Red Canyon Lodge.

This huge brown was caught on a tiny gray scud- size 22.

Just under 24"
Just under 24″

Read more about John’s trip here: Green River- Big Brown.

Client John Cancilla's Big Brown Trout on the Green River.
Client John Cancilla’s Big Brown Trout on the Green River.

 

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Red Canyon Lodge ~ Fly Fishing

Nick and Julianne rarely get the same day off- so yesterday afternoon they met up after work to fish Red Canyon‘s private lake- East Green Lake. There are several huge Rainbows and Tigers right off the dock. Here’s a look at some of the fish they landed- both on a zebra midge. (These fish are still eating Cicada dry flies!)

Rainbow Trout, Hatch Reel, Sage One Rod, Zebra Midge. East Green Lake, Red Canyon Lodge, UT.
Rainbow Trout, Hatch Reel, Sage One Rod, Zebra Midge. East Green Lake, Red Canyon Lodge, UT. Nick won this Rod and Reel set up in the Groga Casting Competition this year! 101 foot cast.
Tiger Trout, TFO Rod, Aspen Reel, Zebra Midge. East Green Lake, Red Canyon Lodge, UT.
Tiger Trout, TFO Rod, Aspen Reel, Zebra Midge. East Green Lake, Red Canyon Lodge, UT.

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Patagonia Fly Fishing- Circa 2012

Lago Pollux is near the town of Coyhaique in the Patagonia region of Chile. The waters are full of huge rainbow trout that are somewhat easy to catch- the minimal fishing pressure in the secluded mountain and farmlands allows for more curious fish eager to eat. Nick Jackson was fortunate to have guided on the rivers and lakes in the area for four seasons (2010-2013).  He filmed this video on a GoPro 3 while floating tubing off the banks of Campo Chileno in 2012.

Updated Green River Flows- High Water 2015

The high water flows below Flaming Gorge Dam peaked yesterday and are currently at 8020 CFS (as of May 17, 2015). There are reports of good nymphing and some cicadas doing well on the dry. The continued Green River flows are projected below:

Sun May 17- 8020 CFS

Mon May 18- 7500 CFS

Tue May 19- 7500 CFS

Wed May 20- 6600 CFS

Thu May 21- 5600 CFS

Fri May 22- 4600 CFS

Sat May 23- 4600 CFS

Sun May 24- 4250 CFS

Mon May 25 (Memorial Day)- 3900 CFS

Tue May 26- 3550 CFS

Wed May 27- 3200 CFS

Thu May 28- 2850 CFS

Fri May 29- 2500 CFS

Sat May 30- 2150 CFS

Sun May 31- 1800 CFS

Thereafter June 1- 1450 CFS projected