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Provo River

Rating - Good   

Thursday, Mar 14 2019
Upper: Nymphing with small scuds, sows and pheasant tails should also do well. In deeper pools try a size 10 wooly bugger or semi seal leech pattern. Middle: Anglers are reporting high catch rates and a lot of feeding fish. Daily midge hatches are occurring around mid-day. If you're fly-fishing, try nymphing using caddis larva (size #16-#18), sow bugs (size #16-#18) or midge larva or pupa (size #18-#22). Also, try using dry fly midges (size #16-#18), midge emergers (size #20-#22) or soft hackles (size #18-#20). If you're spin casting, try using gold, green or black Rooster Tails, Mepps, Panther Martins or Rapalas and use a medium-slow retrieve. Lower: Anglers report lower clear water, good catch rates and increased feeding activity. Daily midge hatches are occurring around mid-day. If you're fly-fishing, try nymphing using caddis larva (size #16-#18), sow bugs (size #16-#18) or midge larva or pupa (size #18-#22). Also, try using dry fly midges (size #16-#18), midge emergers (size #20-#22) or soft hackles (size #18-#20). If you're spin casting, try using gold, green or black Rooster Tails, Mepps, Panther Martins or Rapalas and use a medium-slow retrieve.




Thursday, Mar 14 2019



Access Info

East on 1-80 to US Hwy 40 to Heber City, you will cross the river.  Upper section take the turn to Kamas/Oakley and head toward Francis.  Middle Section is just off US 40.  Lower take Provo Canyou river is along side of Hwy 189.


Provo River

Rating - Good

Upper: Nymphing with small scuds, sows and pheasant tails should also do well. In deeper pools try a size 10 wooly bugger or semi seal leech pattern. Middle: Anglers are reporting high catch rates and a lot of feeding fish. Daily midge hatches are occurring around mid-day. If you're fly-fishing, try nymphing using caddis larva (size #16-#18), sow bugs (size #16-#18) or midge larva or pupa (size #18-#22). Also, try using dry fly midges (size #16-#18), midge emergers (size #20-#22) or soft hackles (size #18-#20). If you're spin casting, try using gold, green or black Rooster Tails, Mepps, Panther Martins or Rapalas and use a medium-slow retrieve. Lower: Anglers report lower clear water, good catch rates and increased feeding activity. Daily midge hatches are occurring around mid-day. If you're fly-fishing, try nymphing using caddis larva (size #16-#18), sow bugs (size #16-#18) or midge larva or pupa (size #18-#22). Also, try using dry fly midges (size #16-#18), midge emergers (size #20-#22) or soft hackles (size #18-#20). If you're spin casting, try using gold, green or black Rooster Tails, Mepps, Panther Martins or Rapalas and use a medium-slow retrieve.


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