Winter Flows on The Way

Green River - UT (Emery County)

Brown Trout
Jon T. and his daughter had a great couple of days with our guides Dan and Jack. Thanks Jon!
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Trout Creek Flies

by Trout Creek Flies Staff

Trout Creek Flies in Dutch John, Utah checked in with us today.

Flows from the dam will be dropping a little bit over the next few days to a daily average of 950 CFS by 10/13, water temps are good.

All river access is open.

Ashley Nation Forest has no closures due to COVID-19

Check their site for updates: https://www.fs.usda.gov/ashley
Seasonally open campgrounds are still open.

Fires are restricted to designated campsite with fire rings only. Fire danger is high we are asking all of our visitors to be extremely cautious with anything that involves a open flame or sparks and only have a fire in designated areas if deemed necessary.

Dry flies:    

We are mainly fishing terrestrials on the surface as we roll into hopper season. We have some good trico hatches as well as small fall baetis.


Scuds, worms, eggs, small mayfly’s, and caddis nymphs.

We are starting to have some good mornings and evenings on streamers. It will continue to pick up as we move further into fall.

Stop in the shop and we can pick you out the best selection of flies and streamers for you day.  Any questions? Give us a call. 435-885-3355.

Contact Trout Creek Flies at (435) 885-3355 or online at Trout Creek Flies.com



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