Reel Time Blog

May 26, 2017
Wyoming Fishing Guides

Dealing with Summer Traffic in Jackson

Dealing with Summer Traffic in Jackson 5/26/2017 There is no doubt that dealing with summer traffic in Jackson and Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks has reached the maximum point of saturation. Given the record number of tourists, a strong economy and the natural beauty, there is question the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are incredible, beautiful and special places. When you’re traveling through please keep your eyes peeled on the road and if you want to take in the […]
May 19, 2017

WADE RIGHT IN: A GUIDE TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT FISHING WADERS

 5.19.17                                                                WADE RIGHT IN: A GUIDE TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT FISHING WADERS A good pair of waders can be the difference between spending the day with boots full of mud or with dry, happy feet. This article will offer answers to your questions about selecting the right waders to […]
May 9, 2017

Snake River Wyoming Runoff 2017

Snake River Wyoming Runoff 2017 Below is an article from the JH News and guide today supporting exactly what I’ve been trying to articulate in some of my most recent blogs on the Snake River Wyoming Runoff 2017. It’s going to be high water for awhile so please be careful and aware. Water is powerful so no need to take any unnecessary risks! Water managers eye big melt POSTED: TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2017 4:30 AM By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole […]
May 8, 2017

Didymo and the effect on our rivers, streams and water ways

Didymo and the effect on our rivers, streams and water ways 4.25.2017 TU science programmer,  Matt Barney helps us better understand Didymo and the effect on our rivers, streams and water ways. Angler science: Help solve the mystery of Didymo Submitted by chris_hunt on Mon, 2017-04-10 10:48 By Matt Barney A new Angler Science project from Trout Unlimited aims to mobilize our members to contribute their field observations and help scientists understand an organism that can dramatically impact trout waters. […]
May 8, 2017

Jackson Wyoming Snowpack 2017

Jackson Wyoming Snowpack 2017 The Jackson Wyoming Snowpack 2017 is HUGE and is still hovering around 146% of the 30 year average. Reel Deal is not planning to guide on the Snake River until mid to late July, best case scenario. Please see the article below comparing this snowpack to the one in 96-97 one. We did not see good fishing on the Snake well into August that year. We still have 90 days until we’ll make a determination and […]
May 8, 2017
Wyoming Fishing guides

Reel Deal Fishing Guides

Reel Deal Fishing Guides 4.11.2017 Reel Deal Fishing Guides getting out and getting it done!!!! Our guides Brian, Jay, Alex, Austin and Josh work on the water most of the year! They live, eat and breathe fishing and are really good at what they do!!!!
May 5, 2017

Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook It looks as though the spring runoff will commence finally! Hydrologic Outlook WYC003-013-019-023-029-035-037-039-041957- Hydrologic Outlook National Weather Service Riverton WY 157 PM MDT Wed May 3 2017 ...Warm basin temperatures across western and central Wyoming Thursday through Saturday will cause steady rises in small creeks and streams Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon... ...Rain expected across western and central Wyoming Tuesday through Thursday of next week will increase flood potential... Snowmelt runoff into small streams and creeks will drastically […]
May 4, 2017
Pinedale Wyoming Fly fishing Guides

Pinedale WY Hotels vs Jackson WY Hotels

Pinedale WY Hotels vs Jackson WY Hotels 5/4/2017 Lately, we’ve been booking our clients’ hotel rooms and I wanted to share the difference in prices we’ve found comparing  Pinedale WY Hotels vs. Jackson WY Hotels. Typically, we book our clients into the Lakeside Lodge, a private cabin or the Hampton Inn in Pinedale Wyoming and each property is very nice and cozy. If you’re interested in a quiet and relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of the National […]
March 28, 2017
2017 Fishing Season Plan

2017 Fishing Season Plan

Our 2017 fishing season plan for now is sure to change once the huge amounts of snow start to melt. But we’re getting emails and phone calls every day asking when the “best” time to come is. The Green River watershed is 175% of a 30 year avg and the Snake River is about 150%. My answer is; we’re still waiting to know for certain, but we’re going to operate our bookings based on this schedule: Green and New Fork […]
March 13, 2017

Water Water and More Water

3/13/2017 WATER WATER AND MORE WATER   We are certain to have water, water and more water this season. How it comes down and is managed is yet to be determined. As that information becomes available we will share it on our reports and blogs so stay connected. February breaks record for snow, moisture POSTED: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 2017 4:30 AM Mountain Weather / By Jim Woodmencey | 0 comments Before we even made it to Valentine’s Day the February precipitation […]