Fishing Season: Open year round

Yellowstone Creek - UT

Fishing Outlook & Conditions

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Falcon's Ledge 's Tip of the Week

Look for fish hiding behind structure and in deeper holes with low flows. Try a Zebra Midge, Lightening Bug, Copper John, or Prince Nymph when fish aren't looking up. Try a PMX, caddis, stimulator, or parachute adams when fish are rising. Try a white streamer or San Juan worm when water is deep.

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Map of Yellowstone Creek

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Falcon's Ledge

5-Day Outlook as of 9/12/21

Highs in the 80s and lows in the 40s. Mostly sunny.

Techniques & Tips as of 9/12/21

Fishing nymph patterns such as zebra midges, prince nymphs, frenchies, and lightening bugs is proving most effective. Streamers such as woolly buggers, leeches, and zonkers through deeper runs and bends is also effective. In the evening caddis and parachute adams patterns are effective. PMXs and parachute hoppers are working.

Current Conditions as of 9/12/21

Highs in the 80s and lows in the 40s. Mostly sunny.

Local Species Available Open year round

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Falcon's Ledge 's Recommended Fly Patterns

"Must-have" fly fishing patterns in descending order of importance:

Name: Colors: Size(s):
Adams natural 18
I Can See It Midge Fly Olive 14
Bead Head Prince red 16-18
Bead Head Woolly Bugger Streamer black 8-10
Lightening Bug Silver 16
Phlamin Pheasant natural 16
Klinkhammer Grey 18
Sparkle Dun Yellow 18-20
PMX Olive 14
Elk Hair Caddis Olive 16


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Falcon's Ledge 's Recommended Gear

Description: About Yellowstone Creek

A spectacular little mountain stream, the Yellowstone, drains from the highest of Utah's peaks and is home to good populations of native cutthroats and wild brook trout, browns, and rainbows.

Nearest Airport:

Salt Lake City Intl


Caddis, PMDS, Stoneflies

Best Time to Fish:

5 pm to 9 pm

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