Our Green River fly fishing trips are great for all levels of anglers, especially those that want to catch bigger fish and find hatches of insects to match their fly. There are plenty of deep pools that house a variety of trout and the wide-open terrain of the surrounding banks allows for great fly fishing.
The Green River is a fast hour’s drive and our Jackson Hole fly fishing guides will pick you up at a local hotel or vacation home in Jackson or Teton Village. We provide full day and half day trips to the Green River to allow you to get the most out of your fishing experience and to allow for ample drive time. Fly fishing on the Green River in Wyoming can be a truly rewarding experience, especially when you nab the “big one!”
The Green is most famous for the Grey Drake Hatch during June and early July. This hatch allows for some great action on the river just as the waters are starting to clear. The river holds Brown and Rainbow trout, which are all ready for a good feast at this time of year. The Green River is also famous for its reach across the west. This river begins in the Wind River Range near Pinedale, Wyoming and is the main source of the headwaters of the Colorado River which carves through the Grand Canyon.
The Green River meanders through several private properties, which makes it the perfect river for a float trip while still enjoying the solitude of nature. The area surrounding the Green River is famous for its moose population. It is common to see several moose grazing the bank in a single day, making a memorable fishing and wildlife trip!
Below, you’ll find the latest USGS graph displaying the current Cubic Feet per Second (CFS) discharge of the Green River. The flow of this river fluctuates throughout the year, typically reaching its peak in the spring due to snowmelt in the surrounding highlands. As the season transitions to autumn and winter, the Green River’s CFS often diminishes, reflecting a more serene and lower volume flow. Understanding these CFS trends is crucial for fly fishing, as they have a direct impact on both the river’s conditions and fish behavior. This graph will help you to stay informed about the Green River’s fly fishing conditions!