Sunday, September 22, 2013

southern utah fly fishing report

 the fishing on mill meadow has started to pick up with the cooler weather and water temperatures, the brown trout are in excellent condition this fall due to the absence of the abundant Utah suckers.
we have been fishing small olive buggers for the best results.

the reservoir has been restocked with tiger trout and Splake, these fish are small but growing really well, there are lots of fat healthy eager tigers in the 4 to 6 inch range ready to inhale most fly offerings...

The Bowery Haven closes this coming Saturday, the fishing has been fair at the inlets and along the weed line for healthy rainbows and the occasional splake. we have benn doing well with olive buggers trailed with a pheasant tail nymph.

Boulder Mtn.
The mountain has been really hit hard with the recent wind and rain storms, road conditions have been pretty rough in some areas with muddy conditions and there have been some trees that have blown across the roads. be prepared with a saw and chains to get your self out of bad situations.
bring warm clothes and rain jackets has temperatures on the mountain cool off rapidly with passing storms and at night... be prepared!!!
The fishing has been really good the last few days, cooler water temperatures have improved fishing on most lakes, despite this It is still critical to match the current hatches and look to target the feeding behavior of the fish on almost all lakes. we suggest using cream colored scud patterns and calibaetis imitations for the best results.

Thousand Lakes.
 The fishing has slowed here, look for fishing to improve through October as water temperatures drop.
prince nymphs sz 14, mohair leeches sz 10, zug bugs sz 14 & 12 and brown buggers sz 8.

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