Fall fly fishing on Utah’s Provo River is by far my favorite time of year. With the cooler temperatures Fall is definitely in the air and the leaves are beginning to change to crimson, gold and orange. The weather has been incredible and the rivers are down to their Fall flows.
PMD’s are making a strong showing in the afternoon with a few big caddisflies starting to appear. The Fall caddisflies should really get going within the next week. Nymphing has been great and should just get better as the Blue Winged Olives begin hatching in the next couple weeks and fishing will be on fire through October. Excellent dry fly opportunities can be expected daily in the afternoon hours.
Make sure you add a trip to one of Utah’s beautiful rivers this Fall. Fall fly fishing in Park City will become your new favorite activity. It’s truly an amazing visual experience that you’ll remember for the rest of the year as well as the years to come.
Enjoy this video of some Fall fly fishing on the Middle Provo River while getting to know your guide. See for yourself what makes this time of year so good and get a taste of Park City fly fishing.
Spend this Fall fly fishing on Utah’s Provo River with Jeremy Allan Fly Fishing. Don’t miss out on an amazing experience. Contact me to setup your Fall fishing trip. Come experience the best of fly fishing in Utah with the best guide around.