Green River Fly Fishing Report

September 5th, 2023

2022 has been an amazing fishing year - one of the best producing seasons that I have seen in my 24 years on the Green River.  The fish are tired of getting caught and are currently being cautious.  Many fish are spooking 50 feet from the boat.  Anglers that can fish a small dry fly accurately at about 40 feet are doing really well.  If you can consistently cast the fly 2 inches from the bank you will get some really nice fish!  Less skilled anglers will work for their chances and need to take advantage of the opportunities.  The Tricos and Midges are thick and will bring up a lot of fish in slow water - bring your A game on these educated fish. The higher flows are keeping the fish healthy.  

1880 CFS average

Currently Clear

can change daily

Fluctuating Flows

A Section: Terrestrials, Tricos, Psuedocloeons (small BWO), Midges

B Section:  Terrestrials, Tricos, Psuedocloeons (small BWO) 

C Section:  Terrestrials , Tricos, Psuedocloeons (small BWO) 

Hatches: Terrestrials, Tricos, Psuedocloeons (small BWO) 


Dry Flies

Smaller Terrestrials are producing some nice fish - flies need to be far from the boat / angler.  4x - 5x tippet on smaller bugs. The Trico Spinner Fall is occurring around 10am

Stubby Chubby tan, purple yellow #12-16

Royal Wulff #14-16

Parachute Adams #20-24

Griffiths Gnat #20-24

Bionic Ant #14

Parauchute Ants black, cinnamon  #14-18

Fat Albert tan, black #10-14

Parachute Cricket #14-18

Hippy Stomper #14-18

Indicator Para Trico #20-22

Triple Double amber, olive, black, purple #14-18

Beetles #14-18 



Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

CDC Jig Streamer

Humungus black/gold

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger


Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors



There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x tippet.  Most of the guides that are nymphing are about 9 feet deep.  Dry Dropper is productive as well.  

Grey Soft Hackle #18-24

Frenchie #14-18

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14 -18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Two Bit Hooker #16

Iron Lotus #14-16

Sweet Pea #14


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Historical River Reports

Green River Fly Fishing Reports from Previous Months and Years





Stockton Art Brown Trout