Utah Fly Fishing Reports
Utah Fly Fishing Report For February 25, 2015
Best Fly Fishing Option: Lower or Middle Provo River
Lower Provo River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 408 CFS
Fishing has been great on the lower Provo. The flows are at a good level and there hasn't been any problems with high water from run-off. PMD nymphs and sow bugs are both very active right now. We have been catching lots of fish on Barr’s Emergers, Crackback PMD nymphs, Soft Hackle Sow Bugs, and ERF Sow Bugs. There have been a few PMD’s and Yellow Sallies hatching here and there, but it has mostly been a subsurface game. Dry flies to use for the PMD’s and Yellow Sallies are PMD No Hackles and Parachute Yellow Sallies.
Middle Provo River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 341 CFS
The flows on the Middle Provo are at a good, fishable level. There has been a lot of PMD activity. The fish on the middle are looking up a little bit more than they are on the lower provo. Good dry fly patterns to have are PMD No Hackles and PMD Emergers. We have also been seeing some caddis activity on the river. There have been quite a few fish being caught subsurface as well. Barr’s Emergers, Crackback PMD nymphs, and Caddis Pupae have all been producing subsurface.
Green River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 1740 CFS
The Cicadas are coming off heavily on the Green River and have been producing lots of fish. PMD’s, Caddis, and Yellow Sallies should start hatching soon and will be important flies to have. Subsurface flies are also catching lots of fish right now. The best producing nymph patterns are different worm patterns and gray/olive scuds.