We offer a full service fly shop with top name brands and the professional staff to help you make the right choice.
We carry products from Simms, Patagonia, Winston rods, Scott rods, Waterworks Lamson, Ross, and many other popular supplies and gear.
Along with the fly shop we have a C-store and have The Big Moose Restaurant on site. We offer full service raft rentals and shuttle service for all sections of the river.
Professional Fly Fishing Guides
For nearly three decades, Trout Creek’s professional fly fishing guides have been leading anglers to successfully fish and experience the world-class fishery the Green River and Flaming Gorge Reservoir have to offer. Owner, Johnny Spillane, has integrated his Olympic award-winning work ethic and precision into Trout Creek in an effort to match the greatness of the Green River.
Wade first fell in love with fishing back in 1997 on the Green River. On his first day, he became “hooked” after landing two buttery browns. Since then, he has traveled to the waters in Washington and Montana, but kept returning to the Green. He is here to stay as one of our guides!
Wade is the guide for you if you are looking for someone that is “fun”, informative, and patient. He wants you to become “hooked” on these beautiful, big browns as he did several years ago.
As an avid fly-tier, he’ll take care of the flies of choice for you on your trip. Being slightly superstitious, he would prefer you leave the bananas and white lighters
Nick is often described as courteous, professional, and patient, as well as knowledgeable of both the river water and appropriate flies. He has a kind, receptive personality and can adapt to any skill level from beginner to experienced, and any desired technique of fishing.
When he discovered fly fishing, working for Trout Creek, at the age of 18, it was a perfect fit. John has been guiding the Green River since 2006, in that time he has learned to become a patient instructor in the techniques and nuances of fishing the Green, with specific emphasis on his favorite techniques of dry fly and streamer fishing.
Brandon believes that it’s not just about guiding people into fish, but empowering individuals to become better anglers.
July 6, 2023
Green River Fishing Report
Flows: 820-1510 cfs
Recommended Flies: (Nymphs) flashback scud #18-22, Grey soft hackle #16-22, WD-40/50 (grey) #22-24, Crack back PMD #14-16, Frenchie #14-16, Pheasant Tail #14-16, Iron Sally #12-14, Kyle’s BH Sally #12-14, Psycho Prince #12-14, Quill Sally #12-14, Caddis poopah (olive, grey) #16-20, Bird’s nest (olive, natural) #16-20
(Dry Flies) Cicadas #6-12, Sparkle Dun (cream, yellow) #14-16, Comparadun PMD #14-16, Parachute PMD #14-16, Yellow Sally stimulator #12-14, Hairwing Sally #12-14, Yellow/orange Triple Double #12-14, X Caddis (olive) #16-20,
Spent Wing Caddis #16-20, Elk Hair Caddis (olive, black) #16-20, Triple Double (black,olive) #16-20, Cricket #12-14
(A section) fishing has been good with the best fishing on the lower half of the section. Try nymphing scuds or throw caddis dry flies in the morning, and nymph or dry fly fish PMD’s and Yellow Sallies in the afternoon.
(B section) fishing has been good with the best fishing above red creek tributary. Try nymphing PMD and Yellow Sallies, or Caddis and yellow sally dry flies. It is recommended that boaters take the river left channel through red creek rapid. Keep in mind that at any time red creek tributary can blow out the river after a heavy rainfall.
(C section) fishing has been good when water clarity is good. Try caddis, cricket, and yellow sally dry flies with droppers. This section requires longer cast and perfect drifts. Keep in mind that red creek tributary can blow out this section of river at any time.
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1155 Little Hole Rd, Dutch John, UT 84023