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Green River Fly Fishing Report for November 18th, 2014

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Flows:
About 1300 on average

Hatches:
  few caddis,  Small BWO's



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Ratings on this report will consist of excellent, great, good, fair and poor. Green River Brown Trout, Fight a brown below diving board rock


A-section: Fair

Dry flyfishing has been Fair.
   There are lots of small BWO's that have some fish looking up.  If you search enough, pods of risers can be found.

Dry Flies to use:

Gulper Special #18-20
Adams #18-20
Morgans Midge #22
Griffith's Gnat #22
BWO Cripples 18-20

Terrestrials:
   Small Ants and Beetles
   Triple Doubles
   Pine Beetle # 10
   Cicada's #8-10
   Cricket's #10-12
   Black PMX #8-10
   Peacock PMX #8-10
   Tan Hoppers 8-10

Nymph fishing
has been Good
Eggs and small red midges.
scuds

Wine, Black,  #14-22
Gray Soft Hackle #16-22
Ginger Woolly Bugger #6-8
Ginger Bunny #6-8
Pheasant Tail #16-18

Barr's Emerger #20-24


Streamers:
Ginger bugger, white bugger and Black buggers have been good.  Sculpin patterns have been very effective as well.


Bow on a cicada, Landing a Rainbow caught on a cicada on the green river

B-Section: Good

Dry flyfishing has been Fair.
  Small terrestrials, attractors and hoppers.
Dry Flies to use:
Elk Hair Caddis in various colors #14-16
PMD's #16-24
Black Cricket or Ant #12
Try various hoppers, crickets, and ants.

Nymph fishing
has been good.
Midges and eggs. It's spawn time.

Nymphs to use:

Red, Brown, purple or Wine zebra midge #14-20 (always a good choice on this section)
Insert favorite midge pattern here #18-22
Ginger Woolly Bugger #6-8
Ginger Bunny #6-8
Pheasant Tail #12-14
Copper John #16-18
Olive RS2 #22
Gigaglow
Gray, Red, Black, Brown WD40 #20-22
Neon Nightmare

Streamers: Good.  Varied colors and sizes have been good.  Just do a little searching.



C-Section: Terrestrial and Streamer fishing has been productive.

Terrestrials are fishing well.  Fish have been pickier.  Smaller imitations and classics attractors like a humpy, trude or elk hair caddis have been good.

C-section flies to use:

Zebra midges #14-20
Green River Para Cricket #8
green river Mormon Cricket 2-6
Black, Peacock, Royal PMX #4-12
Hoppers #4-12
Fat Albert (tan and black) #6-10
Stimulators #10-12
Brown Chernobyl Ant 4-12
Triple Double, Double Ugly #6-12
Mormon Cricket #4-6
PT's #12
Red or Brown Zebra Midge #12-16
Black or Ginger Woolly Bugger #2-6
Black, olive or ginger bunny #2-8

Streamers: Good Try black or ginger buggers or bunnies. Choose your favorite large streamer.  Best in low light conditions.