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Default Upper Green Wyoming Fly advice

I was hoping to see some suggestions from those in the know about which flies/ patterns would be the best to have in the box for fishing the Upper Green near Pinedale Wy in mid September. I think streamers, terrestrials, some surface salmon and caddis would be appropriate but any specific suggestions on flies and sizes would be appreciated.
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Welcome to the forum!

Here are my thoughts:
BWO patterns in size 18/20
Beetles, ants in size 16/18......I usually will use these as droppers off a slightly larger dry fly or a medium sized Chernobyl ant.
Hoppers/Stimis will work if we haven't had any significant frost yet.
Small to medium sized streamers, woolly buggers, muddler minnows, black and olive leech patterns, one of my favorites is the Slump Buster size 10/12.....work these in any deep hole you find.
Any of your standard nymphs: PT's Flashback PT's, Hare's Ears, Prince Nymphs, Copper Johns, Rainbow Warriors, small stonefly patterns: One of my favorite nymphs is kglissmeyer1's BH Flashback PT nymph, this is one killer pattern as well as his improved Shop Vac, both in size 14/16.
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