Two Rivers Guide Eric Oram getting his wife Liz Oram on some great fish!

Fishing has been pretty good for a few hours in the mid-afternoon hours when the temperatures have gone up a little. We have had some good streamer fishing and decent dry fly fishing in the late afternoon.  Both the New Fork and Green have been producing. The water is low and clear, and the fish are spooky.  Stealth mode is a must!  We are also offering Cast and Blast guided trips again this year: Check out the Cast and Blast page for more details.

 

PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM SHALLOW GRAVEL WATER AND BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR SPAWNING FISH!  BROWNS ARE ACTIVELY SPAWNING RIGHT NOW-LEAVE THEM ALONE.

Two Rivers Fishing Company is the only local full-service fly shop and guide service in Pinedale, Wyoming. Our local rivers (the Green and New Fork) offer some of the best fishing in Wyoming! With walk-wade trips on private creeks, ponds and lakes, half- or full-day float trips, fly fishing lessons, backcountry fishing trips into the legendary Wind River Range, as well as custom fishing trips to fit specific plans you may have, we are the proven authority on fishing the Green River valley. Our fully-stocked fly shop has you covered if you are in the area. We have thousands of flies, a wide selection of rods, hats, sunglasses, jackets, waders, reels, etc. Stop in!

Liz Oram with a Fall brown caught on a streamer!

Private Water:  Hockers and Muddy Creek have been producing this fall.  If you’re looking to stay warm and close to the vehicle, maybe a walk wade trip would suit you best!  Catching some big rainbows, browns, and brook trout are all part of the fishing trip!  We have very limited spots to fish these private leased waters before we shut them down for the season.  Call and get one of the last spots!

 

Wyoming Brown Trout in the fall!

 

TRFC Guide Eric Oram with Ethan and Tom Barker fishing dries on a sunny late afternoon!

Green River

The Green River is fishing well and flows have dropped to the low 190 CFS this week.  The river is fishing best below the New Fork Confluence. Things have not really started picking up until around noon or 1 pm.  The early morning hours are just flat out cold!  We have a few days of nice warm weather if you are looking to fish this week.  Coming into next weekend we are forecasted to have temps back down into the winter range!  The walk-wade options on this river can offer a great chance to hook into a trophy trout- and with the water low it may be the best bet for not spooking fish.  Ask about our fall float fishing-it may be your next favorite fishing adventure.  Many of our guides love this time of the year!

New Fork

The river is producing some good fall fishing. Flows are low (380 cfs) and the fish are active in the later afternoon! Fish are looking up at dries and we are seeing a fair number of feeding fish if the wind stays down, but the fish are very spooky. If you’re looking to test your dry fly game on some nice-sized fish, this river may be your ticket! Call or stop by for an up-to-date report and selection of flies. We have had several guides out on this water in the last week and can get you dialed in on this river. Bring a long leader and downsize it for our Wyoming specs-you may have to go 4X or even 5X at times. We are getting a good trico hatch on both rivers, but not many big fish eating them yet.

A nice brown from a float trip with TRFC this fall!

Seedskadee  THIS IS THE BEST TIME OF THE YEAR TO FISH IT!

Working under Wind River Troutfitters, LLC, TRFC offers guided float trips on this fishery. We currently have 2 guides that are permitted to run this section, so call us up and we can get you out there. The fishing has been good under an indicator with scuds, sow bugs, worms, and hot bead nymphs. Streamer fishing has been good as the moss starts to decrease with the cooler nights. We are getting into the best time of the year to fish this section of the Green. The guiding window on this river closes in late October, so book now if you’re thinking about a trip to Seedskadee.  We have limited openings left for October fishing on this world-class river. Spots are limited to one angler a day on this section, so book a date while you still can.  Hands DOWN one of the best rivers to fish in the fall!  

TRFC has been finding some BIG fish on the local lakes!

Soda Lake

Soda Lake is fishing okay if you know how to fish this lake.  The fish have been picky and hard to catch.  Some dry action  (toss a small nymph over the rising fish and strip slowly).  Fall usually sees a big increase of successful fishing on this lake, so we believe that over the next few weeks the fishing will get better and better.  All summer long the fishing has been relatively poor on the lake, however you have a chance to catch a remarkable trout on this lake right now.  The fish count numbers are way low compared to the last few years, but there are still a few big beasts swimming around!

Ethan Barker with a massive dry fly eating Cutty from a trip last weekend on the Green

Access Issues and Closures

No closures-  water is just low! Many sections are becoming very difficult to float in a hard-sided boat!

The second half of October is booking up fast, so don’t miss an opportunity to experience the best fishing Western Wyoming has to offer, with our expert guides. Book your fishing trip today!

Green River: Flows at the Warren Bridge gauging station are 200 cfs.
New Fork River: Flows at the Highway 351 gauging station are 350 cfs.

Seedskadee: Flows at Fontenelle are  1200 cfs.

Guides’ Choice:

New Gear: TRFC got some new rods in this week.  You have to come see all the rods! Order a new Winston Alpha Plus-the best new rod on the market

Fly of the Week: Streamers in White!

Float of the Week:  Seedskadee-  Hell, it’s Fall and you are still floating.

Hot off the press:   Check out the new TRFC branded hats-they are rad!

Rods and Reels: We have some sick Abel Reels in the shop!

Best new gear:  TRFC has some new clothing for those looking for a Christmas gift.


As always, pop in the shop and check out the largest selection of flies in Sublette County, and get the most up-to-date fishing conditions firsthand.

‘Til next time: Row On!