Cicadas are in full force on the Green River in Utah! PMD’s, caddis, and yellow sallies are all starting to show up. Both dry and nymph fishing are good right now and will only get better in the coming weeks. Get out and fish!
The Bureau of Reclamation states the water flows below Flaming Gorge Dam will increase in the next few weeks, in conjunction with the Razorback Sucker hatch of larvae. Please check the BOR website or usgs.gov for the most up to date information. The nymph fishing should be good during high water.
The Green is fishing well, both dries and nymphs are working. We expect high flows to start in the next few weeks. Angler Joe Snoy caught this beautiful rainbow last week!
The fishing has been good! The big boys are eating big bugs making the dry fly fishing great.
Rick and Dave from Tennessee have landed several awesome fish on dries the last few days! The sallies and caddis are ON, great dry fly fishing.
The hatches are abundant and the dry fly fishing is good right now! Especially during afternoons and evenings, and when the wind lets up.
Get out and have a safe 4th of July! Join us in Dutch John, UT for fireworks on the 7th!
Flows have stabilized and the Green is fishing well! There are still a few cicadas around, and yellow sallies have started.
It’s been hot out there the last few days! Rain is in the forecast.
Fishing is good right now on the Green River, Utah! Blue Wing Olives are hatching on overcast days, and on sunny days we’re seeing the midge hatch happen. The nymph fishing is good, as well as the dry fly fishing but is more weather dependent. Today is rainy and cold, expect the B section below Red Creek Rapid to be blown out for a few days.
We had a great couple of days with Jeff and Steve! Nice fishing guys, great numbers.
We had a blast with the Bakken family the other day on the Green River. They did a great job landing several fish! We are excited about high water dropping (currently at around 5600 CFS) and have started to see some dry fly action. This weekend we landed a few on caddis and crickets- great to see the fish starting to eat up top! And below on the dry dropper worms are still working well (orange wire and chenille natural), and also prince nymphs. Enjoy!