Catch rates continue to be decent

Green River - UT (Emery County)

by Utah Division of Wildlife

Flows currently range from a low of 970 cubic feet per second in the morning to 2,230 cfs in the late afternoon. Water temperature is about 58 degrees near the dam. Fishing access is good and angler pressure has been lower on the weekdays. Catch rates continue to be decent. Dry flies have been good later in the day including yellow sallies, grey caddis and PMDs. Terrestrials have still been good, including hoppers and ants. Nymph fishing is always successful this time of year, especially during flow increases.

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