Flows at Moose Wy: 8670 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 11,500 CFS
The Snake River in Jackson Wyoming is now in full runoff mode and we’re not anticipating the water being suitable to good fishing for at least another several weeks. According to the latest from the Bureau of Reclamation the flows out of the Jackson Dam will be reduced much earlier than predicted due to the reduced irrigation demand in Idaho. The amount of precipitation the region has received is really impressive and we are all rejoicing considering the fact on how mild the past winter was! We’ll see how the snowmelt plays out from the Teton Wilderness and the Gros Ventre’s over the next week or so to get a more accurate assessment on when the Snake River fishing season will start here in Jackson Hole.
In the meantime we are offering guided trips on the Upper Green River where the fishing has been as good as ever! It’s a great way to see just exactly the opposite of crowds that you’ll experience in Yellowstone!
Please give us a call to book your trip of a lifetime @ 307.739.7020