Flows at Moose: 2617 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 3210 CFS
The Snake River got some color in it today from the rains that came through over the past day or so but is clearing up once again. Yesterday was cool, cloudy and windy in the morning but cleared up in the afternoon which produced a nice hatch of drakes and mahoganies. Last night the lows got into the high 20’s and will be near there again tonight. Check out the water temperature graph below.
We’re still seeing hecubas on the cooler and cloudier days and the fall stones are still around too. The fish are mostly keying in on the drakes and smaller mayflys currently when its cooler and the bite has been from mid to late morning to mid to late afternoon depending on the cloud cover. The side channels are producing some really nice sized fish as illustrated by the pic below from yesterday.
September is a great time to be out fishing on the Snake River and if you’re looking for a guided trip we still have a few slots left to get out with one of our professional guides. Please call us @ 307-739-7020 to reserve your trip today!