Green River Fly Fishing Report 6.25.10

The Green River near Pinedale, WY is fly fishing well! Water temperatures on the lower stretches below the Warren Bridge have finally increased enough to get the fish feeding.  Water clarity is at about 3 feet and improving.  Guide trips have produced good numbers of browns, including the 23 incher shown below.  Nymphs and streamers have been the ticket.  Best bugs to use are  – #6 Yuk Bugs and Rubberlegs, #12-14 PT’s and Princes, San Juan Worms, JJ’s Specials, Black Leeches, and Olive Sculpins.  We did see adult Golden Stones and Yellow Sallies actually on the water, so this means dry fly fishing should crank up in the next few days! 

23 inch Green River Brown trout

Bob Fitzgerald enjoys his catch from the Green River.

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