07/11/2024

07/11/2024

Pinedale Area

Pinedale Area

Fishing report

Fishing report

Connor with large fish

Angler: Connor

Author: Micah Allen

NOTICE: KEEP AN EYE ON WATER TEMPERATURES

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Outlook

NOTICE: KEEP AN EYE ON WATER TEMPERATURES

With drakes abounding and big browns feasting, the New Fork and Green rivers have certainly entered their pinnacle season. It has been warm here in mid-afternoon so be sure to check water temperatures as you’re fishing. Drakes are working their way up the river systems, and the fish are keyed into food on the surface. Big foam is the go-to for practically every stretch of the river when there isn’t an active hatch.

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Green River

CFS

Flies to try

Circus Peanut, Guide Winna Spinna, Warrior Perdigon

The Green near Daniel has seen substantial pressure lately but has fished well through it. Most of the activity is on the surface, with fish eating drakes mid-morning and shifting to big foam mid-day. Skating peanuts in riffles and hopper-dropper rigs have proven productive recently.

CFS

Flies to try

Circus Peanut, Guide Winna Spinna, Warrior Perdigon

New Fork River

CFS

Flies to try

Flash Cripple, Galloup’s Working Girl, Dancin’ Ricky

The New Fork has had an incredible start to the summer with drakes and golden stones in excess. Drakes have been hatching mid-morning, while stones are sporadically throughout the day. Bugs come and go, but the fish are eating on top regardless.

CFS

Flies to try

Flash Cripple, Galloup’s Working Girl, Dancin’ Ricky

Seedskadee

CFS

Flies to try

Micro-Dungeon, Magma Mysis, Chubby Chernobyl

The Green below Fontenelle has been fishing well, with action coming from all over the water column. Some terrific fish have recently come from small to medium streamers, and lots of fish are still coming from nymphs. Chubby Chernobyls have also been fruitful with the patchy hatches of stoneflies.

CFS

Flies to try

Micro-Dungeon, Magma Mysis, Chubby Chernobyl

Bighorn River

CFS

Flies to try

Parachute Trico, Yeti Hopper, RS2

The Bighorn has been quite finicky lately, with high amounts of moss and debris in the river. There is a scheduled flush that should clean up the riverbed a bit and make it easier to fish. Tricos have also been hatching, and hopper-dropper rigs have been effective.

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Flies to try

Parachute Trico, Yeti Hopper, RS2

Author: Micah Allen

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