Our Utah Green River Fly Fishing Reports are updated monthly or whenever river conditions, insect hatches, catch rates, or guide reports change.
September 1st, 2017
The fishing on the Green River has been hit or miss - somedays are great while others are tough. The weather seems to be the biggest factor out there - when the storms come in the fish get unhappy. Grasshoppers, ants, beetles, and crickets are fishing best. The Trico and Psuedocleon (small BWO) hatches should take off soon.
The Green River flows recently flutuated and dropped so divers could check out the base of the dam. They are currently averaging 2,400cfs (1,400 - 3,000 daily).
We still have a handful of dates open in September and several dates available in October.
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Many of the recommended flies listed in our river reports now have links for easy purchasing - you can also visit store.flyfishfood.com .