Sunday, July 21, 2013


U.M. Creek.
                       Fishing has slowed, with the warmer weather the cutthroat seek deeper cover and become more difficult to catch here, hoppers fished close to the undercut banks and up under the over hanging brush is picking up a couple fish.

Seven mile.
                    Fishing remains good for feisty brook trout and a small handful of cutthroat trout,
use a royal wulff on top and focus on the undercut banks.

Upper Fremont River.
                                    the river is still off color, however fishing remains decent with olive buggers fished in the pools and deeper runs.

Lower Fremont.
                              Recent rains have blown the river out there was flooding in the bottoms last weekend due to flash floods, it created a temporary dam across the river nearly dewatering the lower stretch for several hours, currently flows are back to normal but the water is heavily stained, it is unclear still how the fish below the bottoms survived.

fish have been stocked, the reservoir has been drained though for irrigation needs.

   The reservoir has good water levels currently. fishing has been slow. early morning has been best if you go.

fishing has slowed some as the fish have moved to deeper water. they are regularly feeding on callibaetis now, so bring your best imitations or swing in to the shop for some of ours.

Thousand Lakes.
                             The damsel flies are every where, the fish are clobbering them, bring some good imitations if you go.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013


                Fishing has been fair to good outside the weed line in the twin creeks area for Rainbows and a few Splake, we use a sz 12 olive wooly bugger and trail it with a sz 14 pheasant tail nymph.
the takes can be light so be ready.

                       The reservoir is is filling currently, the grassy bank on the highway 25 side can be excellent early morning for cruising rainbows and very healthy 16 to 18 inch browns, watch for the rise and cast near it for an almost immediate take.

              the reservoir has been restocked, the fish are very small. look for this to be a great water next summer.

Fremont River.
                          The caddis hatch is in full swing, that coupled with early grasshoppers has made for some of the best dry fly fishing in the area currently.early mornings and late evenings are best.

         The fishing has slowed this month, there has been plenty of pressure up there, if you go, look for the fish to be holding really tight to the undercut banks, the fish are fat and selective right now so don't expect a banner day up there.

Seven mile Creek.
The fishing always seems to pick up on Sevenmile as the fishing slows on U.M. and this year has been no exception, fish a royal wulff along the undercut banks and the pools and expect fast action.
get away from the easy access points and you will have far better fishing.

July is the month for some pretty incredible fishing and hatches the most successful hatch is boy scouts, they are pretty much everywhere so be prepared for company, but really this is boulder mtn, with some looking and home work you can find some less known areas to find solitude.
that said the fishing has been unreal, the fishcreek beaver dam area has been amazing, take some time to find what nymph they like and you will be rewarded. Chriss lake is a great one to hike in to for alone time and amazing dry fly action. call text or email, your lake ideas to try and we are happy to help give more detailed info, e.mail and text works best as i'm out of service quite often.
Quiet Fly Fisher 435-616-2319

                               the reservoir is Low, the fishing remains incredible, get out in a float tube and pull flashy buggers and hang on the fishing is really fast, if you have not caught one with in 20 minutes change your color.

Thousand Lakes. 
 fishing has been good on Round and Morrel, the Damsel flies are active and the dry fly fishing is good. a tube is necessary for almost all lakes on this mtn.

FISH OF THE MONTH 26 inch 7 pound Brown. The Quiet Fly Fisher Guide service.