Green River Fishing Report 7/1/2016

Guide Josh Hanna and Bill Sullivan with a nice Brown Trout on the Green River!

Vivian Hernandez having a great day on the Green River with a beautiful Rainbow Trout!

Sorry it has been so long since we have written a fly fishing report on the Green River!  The Green River is fishing very well near Pinedale, Wyoming!  The Green River is flowing at 1050 cfs at Warren Bridge, and is flowing at 1700 cfs in the tailwater section beneath the Fontenelle Reservoir. Brown and Rainbow Trout are eating sizes #6-10 Rubber Legs, #10-12 Pheasant Tails, as well as Green and Grey Drake nymphs and the classic Red Worm.  There is also some sporadic dry fly action with Golden Stone patterns, but most of the fly fishing is nymphing currently. Fly Fishing on the Green River shows the true colors of Wyoming.  Hooking into a Rainbow or Brown trout across the river from a herd of cattle is not uncommon for the Green River! Our guides have run numerous trips down there in the last week and have been raving about how awesome the fly fishing is!

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