Flows at Moose: 3240 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 3860 CFS
The Snake River is getting better every day and we’re starting to see some of the larger fish starting to re-appear in the main stem now that the flows on the tributaries are ramping down. Getting your fly close to the structure and seam lines are producing the best yield. Caddis and pmd hatches are still the main focus and on the warmer afternoons the terrestrial bite is most prolific. The water temps are fluctuating between the mid 50’s in the morning to the mid 60’s in the afternoons and this is why the bite is best in the afternoons. When it’s really warm and sunny and the bite slows down during the afternoon, don’t hesitate to tie on a dropper on that hopper! We’re seeing some fall stone shucks on the rocks already, which is really early. It seems as though we’re setting up for an early fall and the fishing conditions will get even better!