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Flaming Gorge Resort

Dutch John, UT, United States

Endorsed by 11947 people

Flaming Gorge Resort offers the best options for Lodging and Accommodations around Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Green River Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing Guides.


1100 Flaming Gorge Meadows, Dutch John, UT, United States
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My, what a lovely Third Winter we are having!
Come in during the month of March and get half off an appetizer or dessert!!!
Thank you, Cindy Shope!!! Come see us again, soon! We love our customers and friends!
We are doing our first #FlydayFriday of the year today because streamer fishing on the B section has been EPIC!!! We suggest coming into our flyshop and picking up this Goldilocks. 
Come see the Flyshop at #FlamingGorgeResort for questions or help setting up your rig! We are open every day. Sunday-Thursday from 6AM-6PM, and 6AM-8PM Fridays and Saturdays! See you soon!
GREEN RIVER FISHING REPORT for week ending 02/16/2019
Current flows on the Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam will be averaging 2000 CFS with flows of ~1200 CFS from 1-5 am and again between 2 and 4 pm, and flows of ~3000 CFS from 9am-noon and 4-7pm.
These are all flows at the Dam spillway and rise and fall accordingly between these hours. The water Temperature is ~37 degrees. This flow regimen is scheduled for the rest of February and can change at any time.
NYMPHING: The focus for 2 fly rigs for nymphs right now should be on a large attractor pattern such as a neon nightmare, jigglo, SanJuan Worm or Squirmy Worm paired with a midge pattern such as a zebra midge or a gray
soft hackle or small scud. With the water flows rising twice a day there is food being dislodged at these times and it is wise to be in position to take advantage of this and try to find drop offs and areas where fish will be in position to feed when the water is coming up. Colors for your midge
patterns can range from gray to black and red to wine colors. Egg patterns seem to be best in Light Roe or Oregon Cheese. Depths of your rigs can be anywhere from just a couple of feet to 8 or 9 feet depending on the river flows and the area you are fishing and of course if you are floating or wading. If you can get out right now the fishing can be quite productive with no competition!
DRY FLIES: Surface action for the most part is limited to seeking out the fish that are sipping small midges on or near the surface. Small midge patterns such as a Morgan's Midge, Brook's Sprout, Paramating Midges, and Griffith's Gnat's are a few of the many small patterns for that work for these picky fish!
STREAMERS: Now is the time to look to Streamer fishing as the most effective technique most days this time of year especially if you have the opportunity to float the River! Wading and throwing streamers works best if you keep moving and cover a lot of water. Reach for a Galloups Dungeon or Mini-Dungeon, Dolly LLama, Circus Peanut or Goldilocks along with the many articulated patterns available today! Experiment with both light and dark colors
and be ready for some great action! Reports have been excellent for those willing to throw a big streamer pattern right now!
Our store is open every day from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Sunday-Thursday and 8 am-8 pm Friday and Saturday! The crowds are gone and come out and enjoy a Best of Day Float on the Green! Tight Lines!
It is all blue skies and sunshine here on the mountain 😍 Valentine's Day is a three day celebration here! Come see us!


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