Green River Single Day Float Trips
“If you’ve never been- the Green River should be on your list as an angler.”
“One of the most beautiful trout rivers in the United States.”
Read what Drake Magazine recently had to say about WRF Guides on their blog after a float trip with us. Read it: CLICK HERE
**Cancellation & Reschedule Policy
Written notice must be received 14 days prior to your trip to cancel or reschedule dates. If written cancellation is received 14 days prior to your trip, you may transfer your deposit to another date within the same calendar year or receive a full refund. Rescheduling must take place in the same calendar year as your original trip. If you are within 14 days and cancel your trip, your deposit will be non refundable.
Float a Day On the Green River with WRF Guides
Single day float trips down the A and B sections of the Green River provide some of the most prolific fly-fishing in the world. These sections are known worldwide as premiere trout streams with the epic fishing just the half of it. The scenery in the 3 sections we guide is awe inspiring. The clarity of the river, the vast amount of wildlife around the river, the red rock cliffs, and tranquility are just a few of the many lures that make many people call this one of their favorite places visit, vacation, and fish.
The Green River below Flaming Gorge dam boasts a very high trout population of 15,000 fish per river mile. The fish population is extremely healthy. Large 18″-20″ Brown and Rainbow trout are common. These sections of the river are considered a Blue Ribbon fishery and produce some of the best fishing to be had anywhere in the world!
Western Rivers Fly Fishers Guides offers guided trips under “Special Use Permit” with the Ashley National Forest
PACKING LIST FOR DAY FLOAT TRIPS
- WATER Utah Fishing License
- Rod- 9ft. 5wt or 6wt preferred
- Reel with floating line
- (2) 4X 9ft. Tapered Leader
- Polarized Sunglasses/Prescription Glasses
- Ball Cap or Sun Hat/Warm hat for cooler seasons
- Rain Jacket/Pants
- Warm Jacket and/or Layer
- One extra dry layer
- Waders/Boots for cooler and rainy season. No Studs
- Wading pants or shorts for warmer Months
- Sandals or water shoes that dry quickly
- Sun Screen
- Any required medications
- Fingerless gloves for colder seasons
- Heavy Gloves for April, May and October
- Small bag/Backpack
- REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE
If there are special food requests or food allergies please let us know and we will try to accommodate the best we can. If you have any questions we would be more than happy to help. Give us a call or email. Ash Lucas (435) 790-6465 or firstname.lastname@example.org.