Green River / New Fork River Fishing Report: 7/13/2017

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The hatch is on! Our annual Grey Drake hatch has made it’s appearance and this year will be one for the books. We are seeing epic numbers of these big, extended-body mayflies on both the Green and the New Fork. … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/12/2017

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Although the major trailheads are accessible and snow-free, the high basins and peaks above 11,000 ft. continue to remain snowed in. The current snow line is hovering between 10,500 ft. and 10,800 ft., depending on aspect. Above these elevations, the … Read More

Trail Conditions Report 7/3/2017

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The current snowline is sitting somewhere between 10, 500 ft. and 10, 700 ft., depending on the aspect. The rate of melt has slowed to around one inch per day, and the rivers down low have already started to stabilize … Read More

Green River / New Fork River Fishing Report: 6/25/2017

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To all the eager anglers out there, IT’S GO TIME! Peak runoff is behind us and river clarity is rapidly improving. Water levels are still high and could make for tough wading conditions for the next week. However, fishing from … Read More

Green River / New Fork River Fishing Report: 6/13/2017

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Runoff on the Green River has peaked! Flows at the Warren Bridge gauging station reached the seasons highest level on June 10th at about 5,400 cfs. In the 3 days since, river levels have retreated over 30% to 3,770 cfs. … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 6/10/2017

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Green River Lakes The road to the trailhead is clear of snow the entire way. The Highline Trail is clear of snow up to Three Forks Park. The Clear Creek Natural Bridge is accessible. Slide Lake is accessible up to … Read More

Green River / New Fork River Fishing Report: 6/3/2017

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Well, that time of year we all dread has finally arrived. The Green River and New Fork River are both muddy, and unfishable with high runoff flows. We are closely watching our current snowpack and pouring over historical data to … Read More

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