Green River Drifters professional flyfishing guides serve on one of the true legendary flyfishing rivers of the west for your fly fishing adventure...the Green River. The most famous spot for flyfishing the Green River is located on the Colorado - Utah border and in the most northern Pinyon Pine/ Juniper forest in the world. With the diversity of this tailwater river corridor mixed with the highest population of trout per mile in the continental United States, the Green River has been a western favorite of fly fishermen near and far.
Choose from three distinct river sections to flyfish. The A section of the Green River runs 7.5 miles below the Flaming Gorge Dam to the Little Hole area. The B section of the Green River is the 9.0 mile section from Little Hole to Brown's Park. The C section is from Indian Crossing/Taylor Bridge in Brown's Park downstream to the Colorado stateline. The scenery varies from the steep canyon walls on the A Section of the Green River, to the flat meanderings of the Green River through Brown's Park.
Green River Drifters
fishing guides are professional and courteous with great
teaching skills. The Green River is known for its "dry
fly fishing"! We focus on these opportunities, as
well as other techniques to have a productive day.
Whether it be aquatic hatches, or terrestrials like
ants, beetles, and hoppers, watching a Green River trout
rise to your fly is as good as it gets! Fishing the
river will be scenic, memorable, and our friendship will
endure for years to come!
We offer half day and full
day fishing trips and scenic trips, all with professional
flyfishing guides. Call Green River
Drifters at 801-243-1089 or email
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HERE TO TAKE THE GREEN RIVER SURVEY
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