Utah’s Green River is every angler’s dream place for fly fishing! If you have not yet visited, you are missing out on an amazing fishing experience and action.

The river has three sections where you can go for guided fishing trips.

  • Section A – This part of the river is about 7 miles long and has a massive population of various types of trout, like brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, and cutthroat trout. You can find about 8,000 to 14,000 fish per mile. Access to this section of the river is convenient, making it a popular fishing spot.
  • Section B – This section goes on about 9 miles, and has plenty of trout swimming in its waters. People are allowed to camp overnight in the upper half of this section, and it is a preferred spot in the Green River for fly fishing.
  • Section C – The remaining part of the Green River lasts for another 12 miles. Section C has a lesser number of fish, mainly the brown and rainbow trout, compared to the fish population of the former two.

The Anglers Crowd

If you love fishing among other fellow fishers, section A of the river is the perfect place to hang out at. And this part is a hog-spot for trout, among the other fish. You also get to enjoy scenic surroundings while fishing here. Section B is less crowded with still plenty of fish to catch. But if you are not a fan of a crowd and prefer fishing in calmer and quieter waters, head to section C of the Green River.

Fly Fishing

Trout in the Green River is known to be attracted to flies and critters. Avid and experienced anglers use this knowledge to their advantage.

Author: Christian Bacasa

Dupe a Fish, LLC.

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