Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Utah Fly Fishing Guide Trip Report

Fly Fishing Southern Utah Guide Service Report
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Fall In Southern Utah.
it’s finally here the first cold snap that October brings, there was over an inch of Snow on the Boulder Top Yesterday, and Rain Soaked the areas Off the Rim, making for a slippery, cold drive,  anywhere on the mountains.
Temperatures were any where from 45 deg to as cold as 32, are Hands were Bright Red and Stiff with the cold after the release of each beautiful fish.
with the drop in temperature and the cold storm it will turn the fish on to feed like crazy. the Boulders and Thousand Lake mountain, both, have started to fish really well, October Caddis are typically the fly of Choice for us at this time of year, including brown and black Buggers.
The Upper Fremont is still very off color and high with irrigation releases from Johnson valley reservoir, when those releases stop the fishing should be really good up there.
the Lower Fremont just cant seem to catch a break, just as it starts to clear another storm hits, that coupled with the number of Duck hunters in the Bicknell Bottoms, has turned this area into a …. maybe later…. water.
mill Meadow, the reservoir has been lowered, fishing is great at this time, brown buggers fished slow and deep, and Bloody marry flies in sz 14, as well as prince nymphs have all done great for us.
Forsyth, the water level is on the rise, with the draining and repairs that took place earlier on this water its unclear how many fish remain, it was stocked with some smaller Cutthroat recently that should be catchable later next summer.
here are a few pictures from the last couple of weeks on the mountain.


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