Fly Fishing Report for Southern Utah. Millmeadow. The Reservoir is almost full, there have been a few rainbows moving up the Fremont and U.M inlets looking for gravel to spawn. we have fished buggers and pheasant tail nymphs with good results. FORSYTH RESERVOIR. The reservoir is completely clear of ice, i only saw one fish…Details
Troy caught this nice Brown on the Fremont today, spring is coming.
We drove the Donkey road and it was still pretty muddy, we made it to coleman although we would not recommend it.
Boulder mountain. There is 31 inches of snow in the Round lake, Donkey lake, area, access is limited, with warmer temperatures the snow should start to melt off quickly, we will try to access lower bowns again this week and let you know how much snow is…Details
The recent Snow storms that brought close to a combined total of 18 to 20 inches to Loa has mostly melted off, and the forecast for the weekend calls for temperatures in the 60s, fishing has been good on the upper Fremont river, i admit i have spent most of my time up there fishing…Details
SNOW! SNOW! SNOW! the recent storm dropped around 7 inches in Loa, i went to check the conditions on the upper Fremont today. it was 26 deg at mill meadow and snowing, there was minimal snow however on the ground until about the second restroom area, there appeared to be one guy out there fishing…Details
Southern Utah Fly Fishing Report for current Fly Fishing info or to book a guide trip call Mike at 435-616-2319 Forsyth Reservoir, temperature today at 2pm was 56 deg and there was strong wind, the ice as you can see had plenty of slush and standing water on it, there was water running off…Details
The Upper Fremont. Conditions remain good, with the warmer weather the Stream has remained ice free, look for overcast days to provide the best midge hatches, we have done well using both drys and nymphs. are favorites this week have been, Tennessee Renegade in sz 16, Griffith gnat sz 18 midge emerger Black sz 18.…Details
The last couple of days have been pretty warm with temperatures close to 50 deg. That warmth accompanied by the storm today brought the midges out in force, the inlets to both millmeadow and Forsyth had good numbers of rising fish, I stopped and fished both today, millmeadow was definently the better of the two…Details
If there is any open water In the area that still fishes well in the dead of winter, we will find it.
I just had to share this nice Rainbow that Ate a half back Nymph, its just what I needed to shake off a little cabin fever.