Flows at Moose: 2610 cfs
Flows below Jackson: 3120 cfs
The Snake River has been fishing very well with the bite being on hecubas and fall stones mostly the past few days.Thursday was rainy and overcast and the hecuba hatch was quite prolific and the fish were chowing them.
Friday there was overcast until mid day and the fall stones were the fly de jour.
The water temperature graph illustrates the changing temps below. Heck, it was almost 90 on Wednesday and Monday-Wednesday the morning temps hovered around freezing.
With the varying temperatures be ready to fish a variety of methods and places in the rivers. The dry fly bite has best been around mid day until mid to late afternoon, depending on the day. In the morning adding a dropper can increase your action as can fishing a streamer pattern. The tighter your fly is to the bank yields the better fish every time! The hecubas are mostly popping in the riffles, seams and pools along the foam line and the stones are near the banks, near structure.
Fall is soon approaching so get out and enjoy! We are booking into October so give us a call to reserve your trip today! Our reservation line is 307-739-7020. Take care!!!