Provo River Caddis Hatch

July 6, 2008

Frenzy, Provo River, Reports

The Caddis hatch starting late June and lasting through July/August is one of the best times, in my opinion, to fish the Provo. I love it because everyone will fish all day long and leave right when it gets good which leaves the river wide open. Usually you can get to the river at 8 or 8:30 and fish til 10:30 at night. I hit the Provo twice in the last two weeks and both times it was awesome. The first time was with fellow Frenzier Dr. Travis G and the second was with Jeff Knight and Sean Whalen. The video below is when Sean had his fish in hand and dropped it thinking he lost it. Two things to have if you want to fish the nightly caddis hatch beond the obvious rod and reel.

  • headlamp
  • multiple caddis paterns emergers and drys

, ,

3 Responses to “Provo River Caddis Hatch”

  1. GuideGillespie Says:

    Dude, I love the video clip. It explains it all. I wish I could have been there. I love the Caddis hatch so much. I bet by the end of this year one of use catches a 25 inch fish out of Hoovers and I hope its me!



  1. When you have an itch you need to scratch | Fly Fishing Frenzy - January 28, 2009

    […] Frenzier and as a mater of fact has been featured on a few posts, Huntington Creek Utah and Provo River Caddis Hatch.  I had put all my fishing stuff in the car that morning and wanted to hit the Provo River for a […]

  2. Fly Fishing a Saturday in July on the Provo River…Crazy! | Fly Fishing Frenzy - July 19, 2009

    […] hit a few days ago.  I say it every year but “Why do people leave the river right when the Caddis hatch […]

Leave a Reply