18:03h

Fontenelle Dam Fishing Report

Fontenelle Dam Fishing Report

Flows below the Dam: 2530 CFS

As we all know water is the key element required and the great news on todays Fontenelle Dam Fishing Report is, WE HAVE LOTS OF IT!!!!! The entire storage level sis at 83% as of today. Check out the diagram below:

Fontenelle Dam Fishing Report

Upper Green River River Storage

We are now guiding daily on this amazing tailwater and will be throughout the rest of summer and well into the fall. To book your trip or just to catch up on the latest, give us a call or email; 307-413-0669 or [email protected]

17:53h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

8.22.2107

Flows at Moose: 3660 CFS

Flows below Jackson: 4050 CFS

As we all know water is the key element required and the great news on todays Snake River Fishing Report is, WE HAVE LOTS OF IT!!!!! The entire storage level sis at 80% as of today. Check out the diagram below.

Snake River Fishing Report

Upper Snake River Storage Diagram

The fish have now moved into the banks and are taking the big bugs all day long and the tighter to the banks your fly is wins the bigger fish! Look for caddis in the early am and late pm. During the day the pmds and classenia stones along with hoppers are the ticket. On the hotter and brighter afternoons adding a dropper below your big bug keeps you in the game all day long.

 

RDA is booking into the fall so please give us a call to book your trip b/c this will definitely be a September to Remember! 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected].

20:13h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

Flows at Moose: 3600 CFS

Flows below Jackson: 4210 CFS

The Snake River Fishing Report today is the conditions are improving every single day and the bigger fish are starting to look up and move in along the banks. We’re seeing PMD’s in the morning along with a few caddis with the fish keying in on them until late morning. Grasshoppers are definitely becoming the go to bug, especially on the warmer afternoons. Getting your bug tight to the bank and using a small twitch can reward the angler who’s not afraid to donate a few.

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            Snake River Cuttie

Dropping a p tail or copper john on the warmer afternoons can keep the action going as will a streamer as well. There are reports of the classenia stone being on the surface here and there. ALSO, don’t forget to break out the power ants, in cinnamon and black too. Especially around the structure. Every day seems to be a different scenario so be flexible and keep your line wet!

 

To book your trip please call us @ 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected]

 

17:44h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

8/3/2017

Flows at Moose: 3950 CFS

Flows below Jackson: 4590 CFS

FINALLY!!!!! The Snake River Report is the flows have finally come down to a 30 year average, which means the larger fish are starting to look up! FINALLY. RDA has only done several trips on the Snake River this season but we’re now out there on a daily basis and plan to continue to do so until late fall. Speaking of, the fall will be EPIC fishing conditions and void of the masses too.

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                  Current Snake River Flows

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Snake River Cuttie 8/2/2017

Not too much to report on bug other than a few pmds and caddis and some hopper action in the afternoons. Dropping a pheasant tail, copper john or hares ear keeps you in the game all day long. Make your casts as close as possible to the structure and/or the banks for the best opportunities! The fish are still in the slower and deeper water and are making the transition to their typical holding spots on the seams, riffles and eddys now.

 

We are currently offering an Eclipse special for 8/21. Our full day experience with a gourmet lunch served after the eclipse has passed @ $750!

 

To book your trip please call us @ 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected] Thank you and enjoy!

 

 

 

15:36h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

7.19.2017

Just as I hit send a few minutes ago on our latest Snake River Fishing Report, this came in from the Bureau of Reclamation.

Jackson Lake Dam discharge will be decreased by 900 cfs tomorrow and another 900 cfs on Sunday to reach the 2017 target summer flow of 2,500 cfs by the end of Sunday.

                      We are planning on keeping 2,500 cfs running out of Jackson Lake through the rest of July, August and most of September.

After the water flows settle down from the reductions mentioned above, we are going to commence to guiding on the Snake River. Our anticipated date to start our guided trips on the Snake River is: 7/26/2017. We thank you for your business and look forward to several incredible months opf fishing on the Snake River this season. To book your trip or to get the latest info please call 307-413-0669 or email: [email protected]

15:18h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

7.19.2017

Flows at Moose: 6360 CFS

Flows below Jackson: 7460 CFS

Our Snake River Fishing Report today is we’re still not ready to take paying clients out for another few days, at least. We’re sending one of our guides out on Friday who’s been guiding the Snake River for 25 years now to give us his assessment. We know, for a fact, that a quality opportunity and experience is very limited, if not even a possibility. Comparing the Snake River to the Green, New, Fork or Salt Rivers is not even a question given the yield of catching vs a float trip.

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Snake River Photos from 7.18.2017

We’re offering a 3/4 day experience on the Salt, Green or New Fork Rivers for $525, which includes a delicious lunch, to satisfy the folks who are looking for a quality experience and don’t have the entire day to commit to. Please call 307-413-0669 or email: [email protected] to get the latest or book your trip. We are firmly adhere to “doing the right thing” and following best ethics practices when considering our clients’ hard earned money and valuable time.

15:00h

Upper Green River Fishing Report

Upper Green River Fishing Report

7.19.2017

FLOWS AT WARREN BRIDGE: 1900 CFS

NEAR LABARGE: 5790 CFS

 PLEASE CALL 307-413-0669 TO GET THE MOST UP TO DATE UPPER GREEN RIVER FISHING REPORT. THANK YOU.

14:58h

New Fork River Fishing Report

New Fork River Fishing Report

7.19.2017

Flows near Big Piney: 2500 CFS

 PLEASE CALL 307-413-0669 TO GET THE MOST UP TO DATE NEW FORK RIVER FISHING REPORT. THANK YOU.

14:56h

Fontenelle Fishing Report

Fontenelle Fishing Report

7.19.2017

Flows below the dam: 4410 CFS

 PLEASE CALL 307-413-0669 TO GET THE MOST UP TO DATE REPORT. THANK YOU.

22:12h

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report

7.16.2017

Flows at Moose: 7840 CFS

Flows below Jackson: 9010 CFS

The Snake River Fishing Report is the Jackson Dam flows have been reduced by 2000 cfs over the past 36 hours, which will help the river settle down and clear.

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                   Jackson Dam flows

BUT, it is important to note that the flows are still running almost double of the 30 year average.

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                         Flows below Jackson

At this point we still feel that the Snake River is not up to our standards to take paying clients out on just yet. We’re considering later this week and it just might be, but that remains to be seen. The one option on the Snake River is the Dam to Pacific section which has seen more of a boat hatch than ever before.

What we do know is that there will be PLENTY of water for the rest of the season!!! Check out this graphic below.

Snake River Fishing guides jackson hole wyoming

Snake River is sitting at 98% of capacity.

 

We are currently booking our Snake trips from 7/24 up until late October so please give us call @ 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected] to book your trip. Tight lines!!!