Photo of the Day: Perfect Timing
Utahn Doug Roberts–who runs Old Moe Guide Service, based in the town of Dutch John, sent in this killer photo of a big brown getting ready to send a blue-winged olive down the hatch. Huge emergences of these olives occur during April and May on the Green River, bringing big trout to the surface to gorge after the long winter. Looks like a great place to kick off the spring!
The Green River is a world-famous trout fishery and a beautiful canyon. It fishes well just about any time of year. We are happy to set you up with a day floating the Green River with our friends at Old Moe Guide Service. It makes a great day of fishing as part of your trip to Falcon’s Ledge Lodge to see the spectacular trout rivers Utah has to offer. Another day of your trip we can take you to fish the beautiful Strawberry and Duchesne Rivers for trophy brown trout. Your trip would not be complete without a day fishing Rock Creek, just north of the lodge. Rock Creek is a beautiful stream that runs through the Ashley National Forest and has beautiful rainbows and browns in the lower sections and brooks and cutthroats in the higher sections. Yellowstone Creek makes a great addition to any trip. It is a gorgeous canyon just northeast of the lodge that is full of native cutthroat and wild brook trout eager to hit a dry fly. With so many great trout rivers in Utah you are going to want to stay at least 3 days to experience the amazing waters Utah has to offer.