Despite the cold weather, there is still plenty of good fishing to be had. In fact, Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources recommends the Green River as a great place for some November fishing. It might even be considered the ideal month as the river is far less crowded. Fishermen can fish from the banks for large rainbow trout and brown trout. Randy Oplinger, the sportsfish coordinator for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, states, “There are a lot of fish in the Green River, but the fishing pressure there is high in the summer, making fall an ideal time to go. It is a water where the fish are pretty ‘educated,’ so matching the hatch and having a good fly presentation are important to having success.” Remember that with the cool weather the cold blooded fish slow down so your fishing should include smaller flies and lures, slow down your presentation, and be extra attentive as strikes are less pronounced.