The current Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report for the Snake River this week is; the fishing has been productive in the afternoons now that we’ve had so many warm days and nights in a row. The water temps have risen a few degrees and the overcast days mixed with moisture have made the midge hatches quite prolific. The fish have been stacked in the head of the riffles and the back of the pools, with many fish suspended midway in the water column. Nymphing is still the go to setup for productivity but there’s been some fish up eating the emergers as well. Give us a call so we can get you out this winter for an amazing afternoon.
The graph below shows just how low the water supply is in the Upper Snake River but we’re getting pounded with great snow currently. The reservoirs are at 42% of capacity and our snowpack is 112% of average, so all in all we’re definitely headed in the right direction for another stellar season!