Spinner Fall Guide Service

Main Address :
P.O.Box 350
Dutch John ,  UT
Phone :  (877) 811-3474
Fax : 

Summer Address :
P.O.Box 350
Dutch John  , UT
Phone :  (877) 811-3474
Fax : 

Toll Free :  877-811-3474

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Spinner Fall Guide Service
Utah's premier Green River flyfishing guide service since 1986!



Fishing Available:
Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Cutthroat Trout

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Other Information
Dates Open : Year Round

Lake or Area Name : Green River, Utah

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For over 28 years, thousands of guests have trusted us with their Utah fly fishing vacation dreams. Spinner Fall Guide Service is one of the Green River's first recognized permit holders and has been an integral part of the Utah fly fishing scene since 1980. We are a small company of owner/guides who each spend the majority of their year either working or fishing on the water. We enjoy the teaching aspect of guiding, and all of our guides practice catch and release fly fishing. Let us customize the perfect fly fishing vacation for you!

Lodging - There are 3 main local lodging options for the Green River. All 3 options are within 20 minutes of the river. If these options are booked up (happens frequently) please call us - we may be able to arrange other options.

A Section- Red Canyon - The "A" section of the Green River begins just below Flaming Gorge Dam and proceeds seven miles through a breathtaking canyon to the Little Hole take-out. The towering red sandstone cliffs, ponderosa pines, crystal clear water, and abundant trout are what make the "A" section of the Green River world famous. In the upper miles of this section, the river is characterized by slower moving water with many deep pockets and long "runs". The middle and lower areas of this section have several productive shelves, rapids, and pocket water with intermittent deep pools. The numerous trout throughout this section provide an unparalleled learning opportunity, as they convey a visual understanding of their behavior to the angler. The ability to watch fish eat your flies, whether on the surface or below, is invaluable to any angler eager to learn the technicalities of this sport. The most common wildlife on this section include moose, big horn sheep, deer, river otters, thousands of fish, and several species of predatory birds. Whether it’s the awe-inspiring canyon walls, the wildlife, or the visual type of fishing this section has to offer, the Red Canyon float appeals to anglers and sightseers alike.

B Section- Devil's Hole - The "B" section of the Green River is perhaps the most remote of the three sections. The lengthy (1 hour) drive out and limited wading access allow for healthy brown and hybrid trout populations to thrive. This float trip begins at the previous campsite of the famous explorer, Major John Wesley Powell, and continues nine miles through a very beautiful and diverse part of the river coridor. The first four miles contain many deep pools, shallow shelves, and fishable back-eddies. At the four mile point, the small stream and canyon of Red Creek converge with the Green, creating the largest rapid between the dam and the Colorado State border. In the absence of stormy weather, the water of Red Creek becomes clear and the opportunity for casting large dry flies below the rapid can be very rewarding. The remainder of this float is marked by a much gentler river bottom, grassy banks, and numerous islands. Deer, Elk, Moose, predatory birds, mountain cats, river otters, snakes, and many other small animals are abundant throughout the area and are frequently seen.

C-Section- Brown's Park - This section of the Green River begins at the John Jarvie Ranch, a State Historical Site, and continues through the Brown’s Park National Wildlife Refuge. The river meanders fifteen more miles through the open valley of the Park to the Colorado State line. Due to the drop in elevation and increased distance from the dam, the water continues to warm up, creating a brown trout paradise. Though there is a substantial reduction in numbers of fish, this part of the river maintains the most natural ecosystem and healthiest fish of the three sections. There is wildlife aplenty throughout this desert oasis, most notably moose, deer, duck, and geese. The fish on this section remain the toughest to catch due to the lack of protective structure and the large population of predatory birds. Lengthy casts into the wind and an accurate presentation are needed to fool these wary, but magnificent brown trout. If you’re not about numbers, but can appreciate the challenge for wild trout in a beautiful country atmosphere, this is the place for you.

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