Fly fishing report Green River 7.15.13

Fly fishing report Green River 7.15.13

The Green River near Pinedale, WY has been on fire lately.  We thought this river might be too low to fish already, but recent rains have helped flows which are currently at 619 cfs.  Large trout have been eating off the surface daily starting at daybreak and lasting...

Green River Fly Fishing Report – 6.1.13

Green River Fly Fishing Report – 6.1.13

Typically the Green River is in full runoff at this time and we don't fish it for at least another couple of weeks, but not this year.  Flows have dropped to 633 cfs today and the fly fishing has been great this past week.  We expect to see flows bump back up with...

Green River fly fishing report – Pinedale, WY 6.3.13

Green River fly fishing report – Pinedale, WY 6.3.13

The Green River near Pinedale, WY is really turning on for the season! Our guides have been running fishing trips down there for the past few days with great success.  Nymphing and throwing streamers has been the name of the game, but we expect to see Salmonflies any...

Green River fly fishing report 7.15.12

Green River fly fishing report 7.15.12

The Green River is dropping quickly and if you haven't been here lately, go!  The Grey Drake hatch is dwindling below Warren Bridge and is a little stronger above it.  Yellow Sallies are flying still and there also a few PMD's.  Get there early and throw streamers or,...

Green River fishing report 5.14.12

Green River fishing report 5.14.12

The Green River near Pinedale, WY is beginning to fish already! Low snowpack from this winter and spring is making for pretty low flows for this time of year.  Currently the Upper Green Basin is at 34% of snow water equivalency and the forecast is for above average...

Green River fly fishing report 5.31.12

Green River fly fishing report 5.31.12

Did someone say Salmonflies? Yep, the big bugs are out, especially below the  Warren Bridge just outside of Pinedale, WY.  Pteronarcys Californica is the giant of the bug world and trout love to see them.  This hatch is localized on the Green and isn't as prolific as...

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

The Green River has been in runoff mode with flows reaching up to 2650 cfs!  The rain and snow we received Memorial Day weekend came crashing down with 80 degree temperatures shortly after.  This blew out the river and raised it to levels we didn't think we'd see this...

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

Green River fly fishing report 7.1.12

The Green River is a fishing great! Flows are on a consistent drop after fluctuating a bit for a few weeks.  The streamer bite is on early, so get up and go!  Golden Stones, Grey Drakes, Yellow Sallies, PMD's, and a few Caddis are all flying and the trout are taking...

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

Green River Fly Fishing Report 7.8.11

Fly fishing on the Green River near Pinedale is still a bit slow with flows hovering around 3500 cfs.  This is huge for the Green! Water clarity is marginal, but it does look like flows are starting to drop.  Fishing will likely improve fairly quickly as this happens,...

Green River Fly Fishing Report 7.24.11

Green River Fly Fishing Report 7.24.11

The Green River near Pinedale,WY has begun to fish with some consistency recently.  Flows are dropping fast and currently sit at 1760 cfs.  This is the first time this river has been below 2000 cfs in over a month!  All of this great news for fishing on this fine...

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

Green River Fly Fishing Report 7.31.11

The Upper Green River near Pinedale, WY continues to fish well, especially in the mornings.  Getting to the river early is key as the fishing slows down around noon.  If you can put on at daybreak in the BLM campgrounds sections and fish the Gray Drake hatch.  Spinner...

Green River fly fishing report 6.10.12

Green River Fishing Report 4.30.11

The Green River near Pinedale, WY has produced a few fish in the campground section above the Warren Bridge.  Nymph rigs fished in the deepest holes have produced.  Midge, BWO, and Stonefly nymphs are the way to go.  Fishing will improve if flows increase without...