Fishing Report: 6/13/2017

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Jesse GraylingRunoff 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.

This contraction is partially driven by cooler temperatures, and we will likely see the river levels bump up as warmer temperatures return over the next week. Forecasts indicate that the water level spike will be short lived and we should start to see a gradual, continued decline in those levels over the coming weeks. This is good news for those hoping to be on the water in early July.

Stay tuned for more information. We will be posting frequent updates as river conditions continue to improve. When the Green River and New Fork river are fishing, you’ll read it here first! Though the rivers are in runoff mode, there is lots of great lake fishing to be had. Book your stillwater fishing trip today!

Green River:  Flows at Warren Bridge are 3,770 cfs this morning.

New Fork River: Flows at Hwy 351 are 6,650 cfs this morning.

As always, pop in the shop and check out the largest selection of flies in Sublette County, and get the most up-to-date fishing conditions firsthand.

‘Til next time: Row On!