We spent a few days fishing the Green River on Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge this last week with guests and for ourselves. The flows are up to 4600 cfs and will probably continue to rise. Summer fishing on the Green River has finally arrived. Baetis nymphs and BWO’s were abundant and expected with the cloud cover and warmer temperatures. Nymph and streamer fishing have been very good with the big water flows in the soft pockets. Yesterday, we boated this 26 inch Brown and a 24.5 inch Rainbow, but probably lost the largest fish of the day on a snapped line. Our boat landed Browns, Yellowstone Cuts, Rainbows, and White Fish. It is nice to have some warmer weather and really enjoying the big river fly fishing in Wyoming. I think the Green River will be fishing for a while to come as long as the water temperatures remain cool during July. In addition to fishing, we have seen several bald eagles, raccoons, blue herons, and the fish eating pelicans. What is not to love fishing in Wyoming?