Provo River Buffalo Midge
The Buffalo Midges on the Middle Provo River are hatching. In the midge world they are the biggest we see on Utah rivers. They are about a size 18 and black in color. Look for them in the upper stretch at around 11- 11:30. Depending on the day it can go for a couple hours. Trout tend to key into the ones that are just hatching with the shuck still attached. Mother Shuckers in black, brown and grey work great. Look for them to continue until late March early April.
If you’ve never seen a river boil with rising trout then now is your chance. The Provo River Buffalo Midge hatch makes for some of the most amazing fishing of the year. It’s some the best dry fly fishing Park City has to offer. Feel free to contact me with questions or for suggestions to get you dialed out there.
Don’t miss out! Book your trip today for some of the best dry fly fishing of the year.