Solid Dry Fly Fishing May Be Just Around The Corner
At the moment it may seem like winter, snow and colder temps are here to stay. However, it doesn’t mean that the fishing activity on the Provo River is going to stay frozen too.
As winter anglers on the Provo River we are all familiar with the unpredictable nature of the adventure. It can be hot and cold. Good fishing for an hour and then you’re ghosted for the rest of the day. There are so many variables, that sometimes it seems hardly worth the effort to tie on another fly.
There are also those moments that start to occur this time of year that point an optimistic finger to more prolific midge activity and top feeding brown trout.
We’re not saying those moments are definitively here, but we did just have a couple of great days. It may be a good time to check in on the river or book a guided trip.