Upper Green River Fishing Report
Flows at Warren Bridge: 4010 CFS
Current flows at Warren Bridge vs the 30 year average
Flows at La Barge: 10,200 CFS
Projected vs actual Green River flows
Currently the Upper Green River Fishing Report is HUGE WATER on most of the area rivers, creeks and streams. The best news is we have several lakes, rivers and creeks to float and/or wade on and are fishing well and are great options when you’re ready to get out and fish. Other good news is typically after a huge runoffs the hatches can be enormously prolific once the waters calm down.
We’re trying to start adding in a video report and here’s my first attempt.
Severe Weather Alerts – Pinedale, WY
Areal Flood Watch in effect until Wednesday, 6:00 AM MDT. Source: U.S. National Weather Service
…FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT…
The Flood Watch continues for
* Portions of northwest Wyoming and west central Wyoming,
including the following areas, in northwest Wyoming, Absaroka
Mountains and Jackson Hole. In west central Wyoming, Upper
Green River Basin and Upper Green River Basin Foothills.
* Through late Tuesday night
* Accelerated snowmelt runoff due to warm afternoon mountain
temperatures will continue through Tuesday. Expect continued
sharp increases in creek and river levels Monday morning
through Tuesday afternoon.
* Along the Green River Basin: Flooding of low lying areas is
expected on smaller creeks to include LaBarge Creek, Horse
Creek, and Cottonwood Creek. Minor flooding is also expected
along the Green River from Warren Bridge to LaBarge Monday
morning through Tuesday evening. The Green River at LaBarge is
expected to rise to near 9.2 feet (13,000 cfs) by Monday afternoon.
Flood stage is 9.0 feet. The river will continue to rise
through Tuesday night.
Currently our best guess is that we’ll be guiding on the Green below the Forest and New Forks Rivers around late June. Please give us a call @ 307-413-0669 or email [email protected] to get your trip booked or to get the latest and greatest information. Take care and tight lines!