Utah Fly Fishing Reports
Utah Fly Fishing Report For April 10, 2014
Best Fly Fishing Option: Lower or Middle Provo River
Lower Provo River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 100 CFS
If you have not been fly fishing the Lower Provo River lately, now is the time to get after it! The Blue Wing Olives (BWO) have been hatching and we are taking fish on the surface with adult patterns and emergers. There is also a very consistent midge hatch right now on the Lower Provo, and many for the river's browns and rainbows and constantly feeding on the adult and emerging patterns along with the BWO's. The nymph fishing has also been very productive; Provo River trout are eating baetis nymphs, midge larvae and pupa, and sow bugs. The fishing remains great despite differing weather conditions and over cast days and storms can give the BWO's a jump-start even when the weather looks ominous.Check out our
Middle Provo River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 144 CFS
The Middle Provo River is a great choice for fly-fishing right now! Many of the same conditions that exist of the Lower Provo pertain to the middle section. There are a lot of trout that are ready to take a dry fly on this section with the midge hatch being strong in the morning through the early afternoon and the Blue Wing Olives will peak their head out in the a little later. Nymphing is always consistent up on the Middle Provo River, there are a lot of baetis nymphs in the water and fish seem to be willing to move farther for food right now. This section is always more crowded however, because of the Salt Lake and Park City traffic that frequents this part of the Provo River.
Green River Fly Fishing Report
Flows: 817 CFS
The Green sees daily midge hatches and rising fish, though the Green can be a bit colder and winder this time of year our Utah fly fishing guides and shop staff still have a great time and much success fishing with midge dries, emergers, and midge larva and pupa this time of year. Any time you can fish the Green is a great time to fish the Green!