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Seven Best Spots to Flyfish This Fall

Green-2.jpg Photo by Tim Romano   The Green River in Utah The A, B, and C sections of the Green River below the dam in Dutch Jon, Utah, are each among my favorite fall fishing spots. In autumn, the crowds begin to thin and the beauty of the river is unparalleled. The fishing ain’t half bad, either, of course. Concentrate your wade fishing on the A Section, and float fish in the B and C sections.
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