Flows at Moose: 2710 CFS
Flows Below Jackson: 3370 CFS
It’s time to get out and enjoy the splendors of fall on the Snake River! These are the days we all hope and dream about and the weather is ideal and the forecast is solid for the next 5-6 days. After last weeks deluge the Snake River and all of the tributaries have all cleared up and are fishing very well! If you’re wanting to experience the Snake River in its prime, now is the time! The crowds have disappeared, the large trout are eating dries and the fall colors are nearing their peak as well! The dry fly bite has been after mid day continuing until mid to late afternoon. The trout are keyed in on the mahoganies, blue wings, a few pmd’s, caddis and believe it or not hoppers too.In the mid morning and late afternoon the streamer bite is getting rock solid too! Check out the river temps from the past week on the chart below. It’s been a wild type of season with both the surface and water temperatures fluctuating all over the place.