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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.

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1100 Flaming Gorge Meadows, Dutch John, UT, United States
435-889-3773 info@flaminggorgeresort.com http://www.flaminggorgeresort.com/
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We are happy to be hosting a Paint Night next Tuesday! It is $25 per person, and that will cover the cost of the supplies you will need for the painting. Space is limited! So give us a call to reserve your spot!
It smells a little like a BBQ here at #FlamingGorgeResort, but man! The smoke makes for a beautiful sunset! 
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in our beautiful state of #Utah who are being affected by the wildfires and also with the amazing fire fighters doing their best to keep everyone safe.
Things you will only find at #FlamingGorgeResort ➡ Homemade Jam! We have Peach, Strawberry, and Raspberry AND we now offer gift boxes of jam year round! Which flavor is your favorite?
This #FlydayFriday we are showcasing a fly made exclusively for the #FlamingGorgeResort! Fishermen have been seeing great action with our Beadhead Grey Soft Hackle in sizes 20 & 22! Stop in and grab a couple for a successful day on the water!
Green River Fishing Report for week ending 09/15/2018

As of 09/12/2018 until further notice flows on the Green River below Flaming Gorge Reservoir will average approximately 2200 CFS between the hours of 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM. These flows are the latest information for the Green River and are subject to change with a 24 hour notice. 56 degree water is currently being released from the reservoir. 

NYMPHING: Mid-September nymphing on the Green River should start to shift your attention towards the fall BWO mayflies or 'Pseudos' as they are similar to the Spring BWO's, but smaller, commonly size #20 or #22! Whether you are targeting fish in back eddies as you wade fish or deep nymphing as you float the Green, size #20 and #22 gray soft hackles or tungsten BH soft hackles are very effective right now. (Recent necropsies on trout taken during the DWR's electroshocking at both the dam and Little Hole also revealed fish stomachs just full of small gray scuds. So use patterns that will mimic this food source also!) Gray, black, or brown zebra midges are also effective patterns that represent small 'Pseudo' nymphs or scuds depending on the color you choose. Pairing the smaller patterns with an attractor pattern placed above the soft hackle or zebra midge such as a neon nightmare, squirmy worm, jigglo or many other worm patterns is a great way to rig up for deeper rigs, especially when floating the Green. Many patterns can be effective but once again think small and you should have success!

DRY FLIES: Even though the small BWO's will take center stage, some days when the conditions are just right and the hatches get better and better, terrestrials and attractors are still quite effective and will continue to be the dry fly of choice on the beautiful and warm fall days that are so plentiful in Flaming Gorge Country. GR Paracrickets, Black Ants, Chubby Chernobyls, Fat Alberts, Parahoppers, and Goulds Western Hoppers are a few of the big dries that continue to entice fish to the surface.

STREAMERS: Streamer fishing will start to be more and more effective as we approach the fall season as the Browns start to go through their prespawn and become more aggressive and territorial. Still look for those cool, cloudy, rainy days and if you are on the water reach for a Galloups Dungeon or Mini-Dungeon, Dolly Llama, or Circus Peanut and be ready for some great action! 

Our store is open every day from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Plan a trip to the Green and Tight Lines!
Shout out to our Instagram follower @makvilina! Thank you so much for passing through our neck of the woods and snapping this
There is nothing better than a family fishing trip, except maybe a family fishing trip where you get to do some catching, too!
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Want to be featured on our Instagram and Facebook?? Just snap a pic of your catch and use #FlammingGorgeResort 
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You can also send your pictures to catchofday@yahoo.com to have them added to our TVs in the restaurant!
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📸 Krystal Dawn
Looking for a dry fly to try out this #FlydayFriday?? You could give this Tan Fat Albert a go! The fish are enjoying these in any size! Lucky for you, we have some you can choose from here at the #FlamingGorgeResort Flyshop! Stop in and see us this weekend!
Here is an update on the nearby fire from the Utah Fire Info Facebook page: 

#BenderMountainFire update for Sept. 6, 2018

The fire is currently 4,104 acres and is 50 percent contained. It is 17 miles northeast of Dutch John and is burning in Utah and Colorado.

There are currently six crews, nine engines, two helicopters and one air attack plane assigned to the fire, for a total of 173 personnel.

The fire is not threatening any structures. 

In the next 24 hours, firefighters will use direct and indirect tactics in an effort to contain the fire's movement in the northeastern corner of the fire. They will also work to reinforce current containment lines, using aircraft to reduce heat exposure to crews on the ground who are working in timber.

(NOTE: This is the most current map available of the fire perimeter. It does not show black lines, which would indicate containment. As stated above, the fire is 50 percent contained.)
After Labor Day we started closing a little earlier. Don't worry hunters, there is still plenty of time for you to grab a burger for dinner after a day of hunting!
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