The Williams Fork is one of the prettiest places on the planet. This stretch is proof that trout don’t live in ugly places.
14 Day Forecast:Look for hatches of midges, PMD’s, Tricos, and caddis
Tips and Other Information: Flows are perfect on the Willies Fork. Anglers are catching mostly browns, with the occasionally rainbow. It’s hard to go wrong with a San Juan Worm, trailed by a Buckskin or Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail right now. A Sparkle Wing RS 2 is another great fly. For dry flies, a Mathew’s Sparkle Dun (PMD) or Elk Hair Caddis is a good choice. Dry and droppers are never a bad idea in the skinny riffles where trout are feeding voraciously on PMD nymphs or caddis larvae. The mosquitoes are really bad, so plan accordingly…
Effective Patterns: #20-22 Sparkle Wing RS 2, #18-20 Mercury Flashback Pheasant Tail, #14 earthworm brown San Juan Worm, #8-10 Pat’s Rubber Legs, 16-18 Mercury Caddis, #18 Buckskin, #20-22 Chocolate Foam Wing Emerger, #16 Barr’s PMD Emerger, #16 Trigger Nymph, #18-20 Jujubaetis, #16 Sparkle Dun, #14 Yellow Stimulator, #16 Parachute PMD, and #14 Elk Hair Caddis.