Latest Fishing Reports & News
We want to thank Visit Park City for including us in their “First Timer Video Series“! We had a great time and we couldn’t be more grateful for the beautiful place in which we work and live. Big props and much love to Visit Park City for being such a supportive local organization. As a […]
Holy Shit!!! Park City Fly Fishing Guides approved!!!
Flow Fly Fishing in Park City has been excellent throughout the first half of July. Our local rivers and streams have settled down and normalized from the intense runoff we had this year. Most, if not all, of our reservoirs are at or near capacity. This could certainly bode well for the health of our fisheries, especially […]
High water got you down? Let us help you out with this fly selection primer. “Memorial Day Weekend” Edition. Patterns A few of our favorites from top to bottom. “The Gummy Worm”, “The Wine Worm” and “The Son of San Juan” are all excellent patterns if you’re trying to match the current worm hatch. The […]
Flows High water and runoff continue to dominate the local river scene. Both, tailwaters and freestones are currently affected and we would anticipate this pattern through the first half of June. There is still a lot of snow in the high country. Lower Provo – 979 cfs and clear Middle Provo – 978 cfs and […]
Safety Unfortunately, bad things can happen when we’re out on the water. Just ask those that have been fishing in Dutch John over the past couple of weeks. 9,000 cfs is no joke and more than enough water to test the most seasoned of oarsmen! Several boats have been lost. Thankfully, to our knowledge, no […]
Classic! Park City Fly Fishing Guides Approved! 👍🍅 💫💫💫💫💫.
River Flows River flows in the Park City area are beginning to increase. Green River (Dutch John) – 2,300 CFS daily average increasing to 3,000 CFS on March 2nd Upper Green River (below Fontanelle) – 1,060 CFS and holding steady for now Middle Provo River – Remains steady at 150 CFS Lower Provo River – […]
Lay of the Land It is always good to have friends in high places. #guideadvice
With a political upheaval underway in Washington. It currently seems that more emphasis is being placed on industry and exploitation of natural resources than their protection. The recent introductions of HR 621, HR 622, the repeal of the Stream Protection Rule and the impending confirmation of Scott Pruitt as the Administrator of the EPA all […]