Flows at Warren Bridge: 945cfs
The Green River is fishing very well and the hatches have been amazing every day. The Upper reaches have seen blankets of Grey Drakes every morning and lasting for 4-5 hours with fish sipping until mid afternoon. There’s also been a mahogany hatch as well before the drakes pop which get the fish up as well.
The middle and lower reaches also have blankets of grey drakes along with pmds, yellow sallies, caddis and mahoganies, which are keeping the fish plenty active and feeding for the better part of the day.
Look in the deeper runs towards mid day and that’s where we’re seeing the larger fish feeding. With all of the rain that we’ve seen in the Green River basin lately the water temperatures are optimal for dry fly fishing.
REMEMBER: FOAM IS HOME!!!