A classic freestone river, wide open sagebrush fields and the glorious Wind River Mountains are just what are on the “surface” when spending a guided day on the Green River. Although the beauty of this landscape can, in itself, satisfy the most discriminating of outdoor enthusiasts, it is what lies below the surface of this world-class river that we are truly after. For fly fishers, the river’s special charms are prolific mayfly and caddis hatches and eager wild trout, including the native Colorado River Cutthroat. There also is excellent nymphing and streamer fishing for very large rainbows and browns. Hopper dropper combinations and streamers produce some explosive fishing during the summer season and fall months.
Green River Flows:
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BWOs & Streamers – Green River Fishing Report
October 5, 2020
Green River Fishing Report – (10.5.20)
Flows on the Green are low but there is still plenty of good fishing to be had, especially during fall. Look for Terrestrials to still be around as long as it is hot and dry. BWOs and Mahoganies are been out and about on cool and cloudy days. Dry dropper fishing with Terrestrials has been still been productive as water temps climb in the afternoons. Fall is time for the big fish to eat, so large streamers should be in your box and ready to be chucked at anytime during the day.
Green River Fishing Resources:
Green River Shuttles – Down River Shuttles – (307)-749-0242