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New Fork Fishing Report Pinedale Wyoming
Here’s the latest New Fork Fishing Report Pinedale Wyoming showing the runoff waves that we’ve been rolling with for the past 45 days or so. It been really hard to predict when the fishing will become more consistent but we’re thinking sooner than later.
New Fork Water Temperatures
New Fork Water Flows From May 1st to 6/13
By the forecast below it looks like we’re just about to start the 3rd runoff wave for the season. Give us a call @ 307-413-0669 to get the latest, book your trip or say hello. You can email too; [email protected],com.
|Message:||NOAA-NWS-ALERTS-WY125CFE53209C.HydrologicOutlook.125CFE626278WY.RIWESFRIW.6522894d67e69a9e284f5cb059b4149ffrom [email protected]|
|Sent:||09:19 MDT on 06-13-2019|
|Effective:||06:00 MDT on 06-16-2019|
|Expires:||09:18 MDT on 06-14-2019|
...One more significant rise along the Wind, Snake, Green,
and North Fork Shoshone Rivers middle to late next week...
Snow water equivalents (SWEs) at the 9,000 to 10,000 foot elevation
are dropping at rate 1.0 to 1.2 inches day--for the past 2 days.
9,000 foot elevation afternoon temperatures are forecasted to be in
the lower to middle 60s Thursday through Monday of next week. Morning
low temperatures at 9,000 feet look to be near or above the frost
temperature of 37F Friday. through Monday. Snowmelt runoff will again
significantly increase Saturday through Tuesday.
Daily mountain afternoon showers are expected Thursday through Wednesday
of next week. Showers are expected to be more numerous with
possible heavy rain on Tuesday and Wednesday. Rainfall runoff coupled
with snowmelt runoff will cause another significant rise along
mountain creeks and streams Tuesday through Thursday of next
week. Larger rivers like Wind, Snake, Green, and the
North Fork of the Shoshone will also see significant rises
by the end of next week.
Snow levels remain above 9,500 feet through Wednesday of next week--
dropping down to around 8,500 to 9,000 feet by Thursday and Friday
of next week.
Remember, with mountain streams during an active and increasing
snowmelt runoff cycle, the highest flows will be in the late
afternoon to evening hours. Do not attempt to make any creek crossings
during that time as the power of the rushing water will overwhelm you.
Graphical forecasts are available at:
Visit weather.gov/riverton and select the rivers & lakes tab for
graphical forecasts and additional information.