Flows below Flat Creek: 1160 CFS
The latest Jackson Hole Snake River Fly Fishing Report is get out on the water! Now that we’ve seen about 12 feet of snow in February our water conditions have improved significantly. The temperatures this past week have been on a warming trend which have made the mid day midge hatch come alive. The best action is still from around 1-3pm. We had our first guided trip on Saturday and the bite was on. The valley floor is starting to melt with all of the warm temps and rain and the fish are getting quite active. There has even been fish caught on streamer patterns. Our hottest nymph patterns are the flashback pheasant tail nymph, the allen brothers magic midge and the infamous san juan worm in either a light brown or red color. The cone head green machine streamer has been the ticket on a 9′ 3x leader. The dry fly that we’re seeing the best results are on Bobbs 5 second midge and a high vis gnat.