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Old 04-20-2017, 10:57 PM
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Default Flaming Gorge lately?

Wondering if anyone has fished Flaming Gorge Reservoir (WYO) from the bank lately? Thinking about trying it out this weekend, but there aren't many reports on it right now.
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Old 04-21-2017, 11:34 AM
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Default Re: Flaming Gorge lately?

Rainbows everywhere! Creek inlets have lots. Boat ramps have lots (stockers returning-fishing in a barrel-kinda sleazy). Most shorelines and coves have cruisers. Water is 45 degrees, give or take a couple. Any of the drive-in dirt roads from Anvil to BB should do you well.
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Rainbows everywhere! Creek inlets have lots. Boat ramps have lots (stockers returning-fishing in a barrel-kinda sleazy). Most shorelines and coves have cruisers. Water is 45 degrees, give or take a couple. Any of the drive-in dirt roads from Anvil to BB should do you well.
Thanks for the intel, I would like to go stick some big rainbows! Was gonna go today but I don't feel like fighting the wind. I'll be out there in the next week hopefully.
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