Recondition Your Fly Line

When you fish your fly line, it will pick up dirt and pollen and consequently, it will not float as high or shoot well. If your line is not performing as well as it used to, bring your reel in anytime. We will gladly put your reel on our line cleaning machine where we will clean, rinse, dry and recondition your fly line. We do several per day for our customers. It takes about five minutes, while you wait. Your fly line will perform better, last longer, and the price is right… Free!

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Utah Fly Fishing Reports

Utah Fly Fishing Report For August 7, 2014

Best Fly Fishing Option: Lower or Middle Provo River

Lower Provo River Fly Fishing Report

Provo Bridge

Date: 08/07/2014

Flows: 299 CFS

Caddis fly fishing is fantastic throughout the entire reach of Provo Canyon both in the early morning and in the evening. Fish are also willing to eat caddis dries throughout the day. Although caddis dries are fishing excellent, we have been catching as many if not more fish on caddis pupa trailing about 18 inches behind the dry fly, just a few inches below the surface. Mayfly hatches continue to provide a steady source of food and we continue to do well fishing the nymphs, emergers and the dries.

The moss is beginning to grow in Provo Canyon but it has not slowed down the fishing. The majority of the Provo River within Provo Canyon is fishing awesome and moss is simply not a factor. Check out our
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Middle Provo River Fly Fishing Report

Middle Provo

Date: 08/07/2014

Flows: 474 CFS

The middle Provo River continues to be the safe haven for those anglers who wish to fish the Provo River while avoiding the tubers in Provo Canyon. Nymph fishing is very consistent now with mayfly nymphs, sow bugs and caddis larva and pupa being the staple. PMD adults and emergers are still producing very well and continue to provide dry fly opportunity to those of us who just love catching fish on dries.

Green River Fly Fishing Report


Date: 08/07/2014

Flows: 1610 CFS

Crowds on the Green River have been less this season than in any summer in recent memory. Terrestrial fishing has been moderately successful but the evening caddis hatch has been great! We have caught a lot of fish on small shrimp, midge larva and midge pupa throughout ‘A’ Section. Cicadas and PMD’s were both fantastic in the early summer but have they are long since finished and are not available to the trout now.

Current Flows

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Lower Provo River

Middle Provo River

Green River

Fly Fishing the Flats: The Indoctrination

acension bonefishFly-fishing the flats brings up different dreams and visions for everyone so desirous to go. Some want to go chase bonefish, others tarpon and snook, and some want to only chase permit. No matter what you dream, or envision, the saltwater flats can have something to offer every fly fishing adventurer out there.

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Fly Fishing the Flats: The Progression

Leaping TarponAs the fish voraciously looked for shrimp and crabs on the bottom of the shallow ocean flats… we waited for them to move in our direction. After a while we caught some bonefish and each time they would go on a run… they often took us into our backing. We hunted bones for a couple of days, landing a bunch of them…

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Fly Fishing the Flats: Coming Full Circle

Eddie's PermitThomas said there was a permit just south of us. I threw down my sandwich, jumped out of the boat and we waded on foot toward the fish. As we closed in on the permit… I made a couple of casts and set the fly down in front of the fish…

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True Romance

Nowhere else have I had large fish rise to dries and seemingly kiss them, actually pushing them out of the water without ever opening their mouths, only to refuse the offering. Like all fishing destinations, the Provo River and Green River can be very kind to anglers at times and relentlessly cruel at others.

Eddie Robinson's Fly Fishing is a full service fly shop offering fly fishing equipment and guide services for trout on all sections of the Provo River in Utah. We also specialize in leading trips to a number of great fishing destinations.

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