Yellowstone Creek, Utah Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
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Fly Fishing Map of Yellowstone Creek, UT
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Yellowstone Creek, Utah Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
My tips of the week
Evening midge hatches are the best bet for a hatch. Look for fish hiding behind structure and in deeper holes with low flows. Try a Zebra Midge, Higa's SOS, Lightening Bug, Copper John, or Prince Nymph when fish aren't looking up. Try a Adams or parachute midge when fish are rising. Try a white streamer or San Juan worm when water is deep. PMX and Parachute hoppers are working good with a nymph dropped off.
Fishing Report Last Updated:
10 / 18 / 2020
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Fishing Conditions

Fly Fishing Yellowstone Creek is currently Good

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby:
Falcon's Ledge

Water flow: 40 cfs

Visibility: 12 inches

Water temperature at mid-day: 56 Degrees F

Water condition: Clear

Best time of day to fish: 5 pm to 9 pm

Best stretch: Campground

Best access point: Campground

Fly fishing hatches in order of importance:

Midges

Fish species: Brown, Rainbow, Cutthroat, Brook

Fishing season: Open year round

Nearest airport: Salt Lake City Intl

Person Fishing in a stream

Yellowstone Creek Description

A spectacular little mountain stream, the Yellowstone, drains from the highest of Utah's peaks and is home to good populations of native cutthroats and wild brook trout, browns, and rainbows.

Techniques & Tips

Fishing prospecting nymph patterns such as prince nymphs, frenchies, and lightening bugs is proving most effective. Streamers such as woolly buggers, leeches, and zonkers through deeper runs and bends is also effective. In the evening caddis, parachute midges and parachute adams patterns are effective. In the morning try parachute midges and parachute adams. Parachute hoppers and PMXs are working good during the day.

7-Day Forecast

Highs in the 70s and lows in the 30s.


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