Guided Fly Fishing Trips on the Snake River

Set in the heart of Jackson Hole, Reel Deal Anglers offers an amazing fishing experience on the Snake River. This trip is a true western experience so let one of our professional guides help teach you how to catch Cutthroat trout while taking in the amazing scenery and wildlife such as elk, deer, bison, eagles, osprey and more.

Reel Deal Anglers is an approved Snake River Outfitter by Teton County Wyoming.

Types of Trips:

  1. Half-Day Float on the Snake
  2. Full Day Float

Months Fished:

March – October

Fish Caught:

Cutthroat

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report   Please call or text us at 307-413-0669  or email: [email protected] for the latest update report. We’re now into the busy part of our season and still have some prime spots available to book so give us a call. Thank you very much! Tight Lines!

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Guides

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Guides Flows are rolling now, so it’ll take some time for the fish to settled in. To book your summer trips please email or call us: [email protected] or 307-413-0669. We ready, willing and available!

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report   Based on all of this info/data we’re gonna shoot for early July to start guiding on the Snake River; Subject to change of course.   (Wednesday, June 3, 2020) Subject: 2020 Upper Snake River Operations Update Purpose: The purpose of these Updates is to provide information regarding Reclamation’s operations and basin conditions as the season progresses. The operations outlined in this update are based on the best data available at the time and are subject […]

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report 5.3.2020 Flows near Jackson: 6100 CFS                 The Snake River Fishing Report is RUNOFF has commenced and it’ll be high and muddy for awhile looking at the forecasted temperatures. We are looking forward to a great summer season and hope to hear from the Governor later this week about when they will relax the 14 day quarantine and re-instate the 1 and 5 day out of state fishing licenses. […]

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report   4.15.2020 Flows at Moose: 1510 CFS Flows near Jackson: 2100 CFS Reel Deal Anglers’ Snake River Fishing Report: Fishing conditions on the Snake River in Jackson Hole Wyoming continue to improve as Spring settles in and the weather warms. The best window for dry fly fishing has been between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., especially on days when the temperature climbs into the forties or above. Midges, Capnia Stones and BWOs can be encountered on […]

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Update

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Update

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Report

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Report

Snake River Jackson Wyoming Fishing Report

Snake River Jackson Wyoming Fishing Report 8.8.2019 Flows at Moose: 3470 CFS Flows Below JH; 4060 CFS The latest Snake River Jackson Wyoming Fishing Report is the action has been getting better every day and the Snake River is in fine shape and setting up for a September to Remember! Look for Caddis in the mornings and PMD’s in the afternoons. The best action is found either tight to the banks, structure or in the riffles and seams. There’s been […]

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Report

Snake River Jackson Hole Wyoming Fishing Report Given this report on the Jackson dam flows being reduced today, the tributairy flows slowing dow, the Snake should be finally set into the summer season flows etc in the next few days. It’s fishing ok right now and there’s a ton of bugs out, which is all great news! To book your trip please call 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected] Hello, Below is an update on the Bureau of Reclamation’s water operations in […]

Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report 6.29.2019 Flows below Jackson; 7500cfs The Snake River Fishing Report from Jackson Hole Wyoming today is there’s bugs galore out there and the fishing yield is increasing every day! There’s caddis, yellow sallies and stones all over the place. The fish seem mostly interested in the caddis in the slower water below the riffles, eddies and side channels. Look for the water flows to increase as the temps do in the afternoons. There’s plenty of snow […]

borderimageSNAKE RIVER HATCH CHART
JanFebMarAprilMayJuneJulyAugSeptOctNovDec
Midges
Baetis
Caddis
Stonefly
Yellow Sally
PMD
Trico
Mahogany Duns
Drakes
Hecubas
Terrestrials
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