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The Mac is in good shape. If you encounter thunderstorms look for silty water on the lower part. We still have some March browns and the PMD's start in the later afternoon to appear. ... moreWatch for hatches of Gronnoms for the Mac is a real Caddisfly stream. If the fish don't feed on top start making it a nymping affair. I had good results with a #12 March Borwn and a Copper John #14-16. The Redside trout likes big water and is a feisty fish often hard to land.
Another technique is if you tie on a Soft Hackle and present it with a wet-fly swing. I saw a few Golden stoneflies and these become more prolific as we go further into may, here is were you can do well with the nymphs.
Later in the month, green drakes may become important. Watch for small hatches and start using nymphs. Those big duns are teh double wopper for trouts. Tight lines!
Date:
Wednesday, 9 May, 2018
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
Fishing on the Middle Provo is great. Midge hatches are between 11am-2pm. Allows one to take it easy in the morning or ski and fish the afternoons..a great day for any true gentleman ... more:)
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Monday, 29 Jan, 2018
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
Park City Fly Fishing Report Lower Provo River: Is located 30 minutes south of Park City. Fishing again is very slow. We fished the Lower twice since last weeks post. The result was ... moreonly a few fish each trip. The fish we were picking up were in buckets in about 3 feet of water. There are absolutely no hatches happening at this time unless you count 4 lonely midges on the surface. There absolutely no dry fly action at this time and won’t be until probably mid February. The concentration of fish will be in the deep pools and small buckets. The fish that are eating which are very few are coming at the tail-outs of the pools. Try fishing straight upstream to these fish. They are very spooky with only 100 cfs coming down. The fish we are catching are eating size 18 dark grey sows. The fish we have pumped have shown scuds in size 20 or 22 and sows in sizes 14 to 20. We have picked a few up on the rainbow warrior in size 18. Patterns to try in order of effectiveness sows, scuds, rainbow warriors and small dark midge larvae.

MIDDLE PROVO RIVER: Is located 15 minutes from Park City. This River is fishing a lot better than the lower. When I say better I mean catching 5 or 6 fish a trip. The river is sitting around 150 cfs. Like the lower the fish are concentrated in the deep runs and holes. Fishing the tail-outs have been the most effective way to catch fish. There is some midge activity. The crowds get nuts the later in the day you decide to fly fish. Fish thread body midges in sizes 18-26. The colors that are producing are cream and jet black. Using a rainbow warrior or Frenchie is also a good option.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Thursday, 25 Jan, 2018
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
Fishing is starting to shift gears on the Madison. Dry fly fishing is starting to slow down and the streamer fishing is getting better every day. Hoppers and ants are still playing ... morepretty well in the late afternoon, but they seem to be getting wise to the combo. Lots of false strikes. Yesterday I fed 3 live hoppers to a fat 16 inch brown. Once I put the fake over him. He came up slashes at it twice, never ate it, then went home.

Fish streamers all day, catch a few giants. Or go to dries in the afternoon for action.

PS. The smoke sux
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Tuesday, 5 Sep, 2017
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
Calibatis hatch still going strong and good pods of rising fish every morning. Weather has been pretty consistent. Ennis Lake usually stays glassed off until 2:00 or 3:00pm. There ... moreare usually bugs on the water until the wind comes up. If you still haven't had enough you can go out in the middle and free drift beggars in the wind.

Lots of fish in the lake this year, but they are very hard to catch. You have to go down to 5x and the timing has to be perfect. You have to put it down soft and right on the money. Madison river fishing Co. has some very realistic calibatis patterns which seem to help. But overall it is not a game for children. Great eye candy though.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Tuesday, 5 Sep, 2017
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
The Upper Ruby is still fishing good. There are still lots of hoppers--you need to fish hoppers. You don't have to rush to get out ther. Show up around 11:00am or even 12:00. The Ruby ... moreis a nice place to fish away from the Conrow Fire and the Meyers Fire. It's a little cooler, a little les smoky. Fish up at the forest service access are smaller than the lower ruby: 8" to 13". Fifteen is a whopper. There have also been a few ants sighted, so the hopper ant combo is probably the ticket. If that doesn't work throw a little head under the hopper.

Tight lines
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Tuesday, 5 Sep, 2017
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
The shad are finally gone, YYEEEEESSSSSS!!!!! This means that its time for striper fishing again, and it has been getting better over the past few weeks. We are seeing the typically ... moreshakers, but a few bigger fish from 3-7lbs have been hooked as well, this will continue though Sept and is a great half day trip. We are also getting into a good number of half pounders and if you are in the right place at the right time you will hook a few adults pushing 6lbs. Personally I love this time of year for a few reasons, during the week there are few rafters on the water and you can target both stripers, steelhead and even salmon (if they are in) in the same day with some good success. Great time of year to swing your light weight 2 handed rods and in the evening throwing dries can be epic. All in all, a great time of year to be on the American, crowds are gone and fishing is pretty good. As fall approaches its only going to get better.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Friday, 11 Aug, 2017
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
Boy has this river been a saving grace for me this year. With most of the Nor Cal rivers blown out from January to May, it was tough to get out on the water to work, but when June ... morecame around that was a different story. The flows and clarity on the Feather became good enough to get out and fish it and boy were we surprised. Lots and lots of fish to be had and not a single angler in site. For almost a month we had this river to ourself, and it was fishing consistently everyday. Lots of half pounders from 14-18" and a handful of fish from 18-22" everyday and the occasional 22-26" fish was hooked as well. The fishing continued will into July as the flows decreased, and now that the flows are at a steady 1500cfs in the low flow, we are still hitting a good number of halfies with an adult mixed in every so often. We are starting to see the salmon in the low flow, finally, and in a few weeks they should be stacked. If you havent been on the feather yet this season, I would recommend checking it out, it has completely changed, a lot like the Yuba, a completely new river. With the showing of the salmon that means only one thing, the "EGG BITE" is soon to follow. Oct Nov is prime time for the egg bite on the Feather and if you are looking to book, booking in advance is highly recommended.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Friday, 11 Aug, 2017
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish
The Newba has been fishing fair to good with plenty of fish to go around. We are seeing a good number of fish coming up and eating dries and hoppers, and the indicator rig has been ... moresuper consistent for numbers, but not needed. The usual dries and nymphs have been working as well as the Pink Fat Albert, which is like candy for these trout and hopper droppers/dry droppers are producing as well. The salmon are very slow to show here, and we are hoping that we start seeing some in the next few weeks. If you are looking to get out and not travel, give the Newba a try, but wade carefully, at 2600cfs its extremely pushy, and wading across is not going to happen. If you know the access points and where the fish hold (they havent moved around to much), you will come out with some nice fish to hand. Oh if you like to swing, definitely give that a go, they have been hammering swung flies.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Friday, 11 Aug, 2017
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
As always the Lower Sac continues to fish as it always does, and has been extremely consistent. The upper stretch opened back up on August 1st and we are seeing some nice fish in that ... morestretch, but we are also seeing a good number of boat hatches. I was told that on the opener every parking lot from Posse to Anderson was full and over following and at one point a good friend counted 38 boats in the Posse Grounds fishing area, CRAZY!!!! Of course the Lower Sac will continue to fish well as fall approaches, and it doesn't stop there. "Egg Bite" is just around the corner and if you arent thinking about it by now, you should be, its going to come and go before you can blink an eye.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Friday, 11 Aug, 2017
Fish Caught:
9-12 fish