Flows at Moose: 8230 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 9899 CFS
The Snake River in the Jackson Hole area has officially started run off stages. With a boost from the Bureau of Reclamation, the flows are now starting to get close to the 30 year average. The Pacific Creek drainage is running out of steam already due to the earlier heat waves and the Buffalo River is still running pretty close to average flows. We’re currently experiencing another heat wave, which is forecasted through the end of the week. At this point, given the Bureau of Reclamations plans to slow the flows down out of the Jackson Dam and the natural indicators, we’re thinking the Snake River should be fishable towards the end of June. Just in case it’s not, we still have several other options for quality fishing. Give us a shout to book your trip(s) @ 307-739-7020. We look forward to sharing the great waters of Western Wyoming.