Fish Heads Fly Shop is in the heart of Heber City, Utah, and is just minutes away from the Provo River, which is a premier blue-ribbon trout fishery. We are locally owned and offer professional fly fishing guides that are on the water daily that have a passion for the sport. When you book a fly-fishing trip through Fish Heads Fly Shop you will have an elevated experience from beginning your day at the shop on Heber City’s Main Street while you are greeted by your local river guide. Whether this is your first time fly fishing, or you are a seasoned angler we will provide you with the best experience possible. All rental gear is included in your Utah fly fishing trip, we provide you with premium waders along with a top of the line gear.
Treat yourself to a guided fly-fishing trip of a lifetime. On your destination fly fishing adventure, you will experience bonefish, giant trevally, triggerfish, milkfish, tuna, wahoo and other pelagic species. Fish 140-square-miles of interior lagoon, the famous Korean wreck flats, the storied “back country” flats, and the productive red flats on the atolls north end as well as the beautiful blue waters just offshore.
Whether this is your first time fly fishing, or you are a seasoned angler we will provide you with the best experience possible. All rental gear is included in your trip, we provide you with premium waders along with a top of the line gear. We provide Provo River guide services as well as trips throughout Utah and Wyoming.
The fishing has slowed down, but we have good weather on the way!
The Middle Provo is currently flowing at 285cfs. Due to high pressure and excessive heat the hatches have been minimal. Nymphing small midge patterns in sz 26-24 has been a good way to get some opportunities. Bling Midges, Zebra Midges and Midge emerger patterns have been somewhat productive. We are currently seeing some Pseudos and Pmds in the afternoon. Try nymphing Wd40s, RS2s, and Mayhems in sz 24-22 during the hatch.
The Lower Provo is currently holding at 628cfs. This is a high flow for this time of year. Nymphing sow bugs in sz. 22-20 is a good way to get some eats. Additionally, small Midge patterns, Pseudo patterns and Baetis patterns in sz. 24-22 have been productive. Skating Caddis tight to the bank and vegetation early morning is a productive way to get eats on top.
We do have cooler temps on the way with a low-pressure system moving through next week. We anticipate better fishing, and you should prepare for the fall season.