Warren Bridge Fishing Access Site

The Green  River/Warren Bridge River Access Area provides an opportunity to enjoy the Green River and related recreation activities. The high elevation and rolling prairie environment provides many recreation opportunities amid stunning vistas of the Wind River Mountains.

A network of graveled roads connects to 12 separate riverside camp areas scattered along nine miles of the Green River. Most vehicles and medium sided RV’s can safely access these riverside camp areas. RVs and groups with numerous vehicles should carefully select the appropriate camp areas. Please avoid vehicle congestion at the smaller sites to ensure river access for day users and boaters. There are plenty of access sites to consider, simply spend a little time searching for the proper site.
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Melting snowpack from the Wind River Mountains give rise to the Green River, Wyoming’s second longest. After flowing south over 700 miles, the Green enters into the Colorado River ... moreand is considered by many to be this river’s headwater. Supposedly named by 16th century Spanish explorers for its clear color, a mystery since most people say it looks quite the same as the murky Colorado, the river ran basically unimpeded until the early 1960’s when the Fontenelle Dam was completed. One year later another dam was built in Dutch John, Utah, which flooded the scenic, red-rock Flaming Gorge for nearly 90 miles, creating a deep-water fishery famous for its monster lake trout and trophy browns.

Despite man’s effort to tame the Green, over 150 miles of the river still run free. Set between the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Bridger Wilderness area, the remote river basin has retained its rugged, pristine, scenic beauty. Locals joke that there are more elk, bear and deer in residence than people, a fact attractive for those seeking an authentic, fly fishing experience. Fishing is thought to be best during the late summer and fall seasons when there are prolific mayfly and caddis hatches and trout is plentiful, including the native Colorado River cutthroat.

Pinedale, a small resort town on US 191, is the primary hub for the upper Green River, attracting anglers from as far as Jackson. Another small town, Green River located on I-80, services sportsmen along the lower portion of the river. Fly shops are in abundance and guides are widely available at both locations. 
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