Provo River Fishing Report: Incredible Fly Fishing Conditions

Lower Provo (Below Deer Creek)

IMG_6848Fly fishing on the lower Provo River currently is offering up incredible fishing conditions. Flows are fluctuating a bit because of the recent rain we received this past weekend. With current River levels at 150CFS, the “Midge” and “Blue Wing Olive” hatches have been abundant offering great nymph and dry fly fishing. Best of day is between the hours of 12:00 (noon) and 6PM. We’d suggest fishing small midge, sows bugs and baetis nymphs on a “in-line”rig running tiny weight, thin tippet and small indicators. Inside seams and shallower water are holding quality size trout. Fish are also keying into a “Sow Bugs” in variety sizes and colors. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Be mindful of other Anglers and Property owners. See you on the water. – WASATCH GUIDE SERVICE

Streamflow: 150 CFS

Primary Hatch: BWO’s (16 – 22) Midge (16 – 20) Sow Bugs (16 – 20) Baetis (16 – 22)

Best Techniques: Fish all types of water (fast, slow, inside seams, outside seams) When fishing softer slower water, run the swing rig with light weight and short leader. Fish the dry.

Best Flies: BWO’s (18-20), Midge (16-24), Sow Bugs (18-22), Juju Baetis (18-20) Barr’s Emergers (18-16) Ray Charles (18-20) Flashback Pheasant Tails (22-18) Wiggle Bug (16-14)