Here’s the latest fishing report:
The fishing has been quite productive and consistent this spring and is continuing to be so currently which is very early as compared to the averages. We have seen incredible hatches and lots of healthy fish taking full advantage!
Green River: Flow is 500 cfs today and the fish are eating blue wing olives on the surface and underneath as well till mid afternoon, when the action turns to streamers. The fish are tucked in the deeper pockets close to the banks, so you need to be precise with your fly placement. The golden stoneflies are getting ready to mature in the next week with the warmer temperatures predicted. This means lots of fish eating big bugs!
Lower Henry’s Fork: Flow is 2450 cfs today and the Salmon fly hatch is on the very near horizon. In the meantime the fish are eating caddis and the occasional march browns too.
Fish Creek: Flow is 102 cfs today and the bigger fish are moving in daily and are still eating midges and blue winged olives on the surface and underneath as well. A good afternoon has been producing nice hatches and the fish are eating the emergers and adult duns.
Snake: We are anticipating the Snake being fishable mid to late June, subject to the weather and flows, of course.