Green river fishing report 2020

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10/09

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonbrianmonticello09/26

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: skunkedagain
Species: Salmon

Salmonskunkedagain09/20

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonbrianmonticello09/07

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Pink Salmon

Pink Salmonbrianmonticello08/23

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Chinook Salmon

Chinook Salmonbrianmonticello11/18

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum Salmonbrianmonticello10/06

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonbrianmonticello10/05

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: brianmonticello
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonbrianmonticello12/04

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: jchennesc
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum Salmonjchennesc12/01

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: FastActionGS
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonFastActionGS11/08

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: pacificangler
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum Salmonpacificangler11/03

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: jchennesc
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum Salmonjchennesc10/29

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: HappyHooker97
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonHappyHooker9710/23

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: losaturn
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonlosaturn10/21

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: C-dro
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonC-dro10/21

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: HappyHooker97
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonHappyHooker9710/21

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: HappyHooker97
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonHappyHooker9710/18

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: Tepa56
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum SalmonTepa56 10/17

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: redfish85
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonredfish8510/16

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: HappyHooker97
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonHappyHooker9710/14

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: Tepa56
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonTepa56 10/14

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: losaturn
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonlosaturn10/13

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: losaturn
Species: Chum Salmon

Chum Salmonlosaturn10/13

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: HappyHooker97
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho SalmonHappyHooker9710/12

Green River

Location: Green River
Angler: losaturn
Species: Coho Salmon

Coho Salmonlosaturn
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Green River Fishing Reports

 

 

Location

Green River Below Flaming Gorge Dam

Overview

The Green is flowing around cfs out of the Flaming Gorge Dam. No news yet on when the river will be bumped. The water temp has changed about 5 degrees and the fish seem to be more active. The baetis are still significant. The nymphing is consistently good during the baetis hatch. Small cicadas and flying ants have started to show up so try the bigger dries in your box. Dry flies, emergers, and nymphs have all been productive. Streamer fishing can still be productive below Red Creek.

Latest Flows

~ cfs

Fishing

Good

Current Hatches

Midges

Baetis (Blue Winged Olive)

Cicadas

Flying Ants

Best Techniques

Nymphing

Dry Flies

Flies

Foldover baetis, Chubby Chernobyl, Para-Cricket, Small foam cicadas

Streamers (black, olive, white)

 

Best Time Of Day

10am to 3pm

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Green River Fly Fishing Report

The fishing is decent on the Green River.  The nymph fishing is consistent with small bugs.  A lot of the guides are fishing a nymph rig with a wooly bugger as the bottom fly.  Small Terrestrial dry flies will work when the weather is nice, Hoppers, Ants, Beetles, and Crickets drifted well will all produce.  Dry dropper rigs will work on the B and C Sections.  The flows on the Green River have dropped a little and are fluctuating daily, which has made the fishing inconsistent. The dry fly eats are cautious so pausing on the hook set is important.  Streamers have been hit or miss, try mixing up retrieval speeds and changing colors.  

Green River Flow Forecast   1, cfs average - Fluctuating daily between about and 1, cfs. 

 

Current Flow Level - 1, cfs 

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Terrestrials, Midges, Streamers

B Section:  Terrestrials, Midges, Streamers

C Section:  Terrestrials & Streamers

Hatches: Terrestrials, Midges, 

 

Dry Flies

Fish smaller bugs in the am and go bigger as the day warms up..  

 

Snookie #10 tan, brown, black

Stubby Chubby # yellow, purple

Bro Staff Beetle #

Chubby Chernobyl #

PMX Cricket black #

Triple Double # black, purple, amber

Morrish Hopper tan #10

Unsinkabeetle # tan, black

PMX #

Fat Albert tan, black #

Parachute Ant #

Griffiths Gnat #20

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Wooly Buggers -tan, black, olive, white

Playboy Bunny

Hawkins Hat Trick

Sculpzilla - all colors

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Junk Yard Dog

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x - 6x  tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #

Rainbow Warrior #

Frenchie #16

Tungsten Zebra Midge # brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14

Scuds # grey, olive

Bling Midge #22 grey, black, brown

Prince Nymph #16

RS2 # grey, brown, black, purple

Egan's Silver Bullet #

Tasmanian Devil Hare's Ear #16

Neon Nightmare #

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Green river fishing 2020!!!

Flaming Gorge Fishing Reports

 

 

July 13th,

Flaming Gorge

Good


Lake trout: Recent fishing reports indicate that lake trout fishing success is fair to good depending on the day, patience is key when fishing for lake trout. Reports of decent small lake trout fishing on the WY end. Some reports of good catch rates for large fish. Lake trout are deep but still feed on kokanee and rainbow at ft. Try locating active fish ( feet) trolling or jigging baits. If you don't find them there, try along main channel depths and on structure in feet of water. Good lures to try are jigging spoons such as Northland Buckshots or Crippled Herrings, jigging raps and inch tube jigs in 1//8 oz weight and tipped with sucker or chub meat. Try larger lures for larger fish. Watch your sonar as many of the more active fish can actually be suspended in the water column but most will hug the bottom. If trolling lures on downriggers, watch for concentrations and individual fish on your fish finder and if located, vertically jig for them. Small lake trout less than inches are overabundant, causing competition for food and a decrease in growth rates. Please help the resource by harvesting some of these fish. This size class of fish makes exceptional table fare.

Kokanee salmon: Reports of fish being caught but it has been challenging to find fish. Look for fish in open water from feet deep. Most fish are being caught using downriggers. Dodger and squid, inline spinners, small spoons and other erratic lures in pinks, greens and orange colors all can work. Try changing colors/lures if seeing fish and they aren't hitting.<>

Rainbow and cutthroat trout: Surface trolling for rainbows has been good. They can also be found at depths from surface to 50 feet, can be found just about any depth. Try typical lures (spinners, spoons, jigs).

Smallmouth bass: Fishing is fair to good. Crayfish are the main forage for bass in this water. Tube jigs, twist tail grubs, small spinnerbaits, ned rigs, stickbaits, Wackyworms and topwater lures can all work. Remember limit in UT is now only 3 fish and catch and release only in WY.

Burbot: No recent angling reports. Boat and shore anglers can target burbot on rocky points and shorelines in feet of water at night using glow-in-the-dark lures like Yamamoto grubs, Radical Glow tubes, Maniac Cutterbugs, and Northland Buckshot spoons. Tip the lure with sucker/chub meat, recharge glow frequently, and jig or deadstick the presentation a couple inches from the bottom. Please remember all burbot caught must be killed. Fish are deep as water warms but can move shallow at night.

 

 

Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam

 

Good

 

Flows:

 

Dry Flies- Yellow Sallies , Caddis , PMD's 14

Nymph Fishing-  Sally Nymphs, Caddis pupas, and Pheasant Tails.

Streamer Fishinghas been good   When the hatches disipate, the fish start to eat each other.  Use streamers that mimic small brown trout, white fish, or sculpin.   Black has been solid, but gingers and whites are typically productive in winter months.

Spin Fishing: 1/4 Zig Jigs in Black or Olive/Orange colors.   4" Tube jigs in white. 

 

High Country 

 

Browne Lake

Good

Reports of decent fishing success. Good population of rainbow and brook trout. Try fishing typical trout lures (jigs tipped with worms, Powerbait, worm and bobbers, spoons, spinners, flys) as these methods usually produce fish. Stream below the dam also has good fishing.

 

Calder Reservoir

 

Good

Water level is getting low. Reports of good fishing for multiple sizes of rainbows, cutts and browns. Fish up to inches have been caught. Fish consume mostly midge larvae, damselfly larvae, sow bugs, scuds and red side shiners in this water. Try imitating those food sources for the best fishing results. The reservoir has special catch-and-release regulations. You must use flies and lures only — bait is not allowed. Please use good catch-and-release techniques especially when water temperature is warmer. See the Utah Fishing Guidebook for details.

 

Long Park Reservoir

Good

Anglers have been having good success from shore. There are plenty of fish in the reservoir. Rainbows, Brook trout and grayling are all present in good numbers. Most fish eat aquatic insect larvae so try patterns that might look like midges. Typical trout lures (worms, powerbait, spoons, tube jigs, marabou jigs, flys) usually work well at this water.

 

Moose Pond

Good

Anglers report catching stocked rainbows. Typical trout lures work in this water(power bait, worm and bobber, spinners, spoons, flys). Only about 5 feet deep so you don't need fish very deep. Trail around entire pond makes for good access. Good location to take children.
This water is a "Fishing with the Fox" contest location, so if you catch a "PURPLE" tagged fish, make sure to register it on Eventbrite to be part of the prize drawing. IF you catch a green-tagged fish, be aware it's from the Fishing with the Fox contest season. Unfortunately, there are not any prizes left over for the green-tagged fish. For more information or questions, please contact the UDWR office:

 

Matt Warner

Good

Anglers are having good fishing success. Good numbers of fish in multiple size classes. Fish mostly feed on aquatic insects (midge, damselfly), redside shiners, leeches and zooplankton. Powerbait, worms, spoons, spinners, fly presentations, small minnow imitation baits can all work here. Don't be afraid to harvest some fish as low water levels could impact populations later this year.

******Anglers and recreational users should be aware there is an algal bloom that exceeds warning levels according to Tri-County Health Department and the Department of Water Quality. Under these circumstances, bacteria can reproduce quickly, and begin to produce cyanotoxins that most commonly cause skin irritation and gastrointestinal illnesses, although some toxins can cause liver, neurological or respiratory problems. Even in the absence of these toxins, the cyanobacteria can cause gastrointestinal distress and skin irritation. These blooms can also pose serious health risks to pets, and livestock. Fishing is still open. Wash hands with clean water before eating or preparing food. When harvesting your catch, clean fish well and discard the guts. For more up-to-date information, please visit: https://deq.utah.gov/water-quality/harmful-algal-blooms-home



(*NOTE: IF you catch a green tagged fish, be aware its from the Fishing with the Fox contest season. Unfortunately, there are not any prizes left over, as that contest ended in August The Fishing with the Fox contest will not be hosted at Matt Warner this year.)

 

Sheep Creek Reservoir

Poor

USFS roads and camping areas are open. A winterkill this past winter season killed a significant portion of the fish population. Anglers should expect lower catch rates and smaller fish for a couple years while the population rebounds in numbers and size. Special regulations are in effect on this water. No bait allowed, size and species restrictions. Please use good catch and release techniques to preserve the fish in this water.

 

 

Spirit Lake

Good

Roads, lodge and campground are open. Recently stocked with 10" tiger trout. Decent fishing results for anglers. Fish consume mostly sow bugs, midges, leeches and other aquatic insects. Lures that imitate those food sources and also spinners, spoons, powerbait and worms can all work well. Possibility of catching tiger trout up to 15" with typical lures and baits. Don't forget your bug spray as mosquitos are plentiful.

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