Flows at Moose: 946 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 1360 CFS
We’re seeing the air temperatures well above freezing these past few days, which is causing the valley floor snowpack to melt, therefore warming up the main stem of the Snake River. Late afternoon is when the water temps max out so the Midge bite has been best from mid day to late afternoon. The dry fly action has been spotty due to the high winds but there’s some pocket action where the bugs are sheltered and the bugs and fish have been just below the riffles and in the seam lines too. The regional forecast has a winter storm watch for late Wednesday through Thursday so we’ll see how that plays out. All in all, the bite has been getting better and much more consistent lately, but please keep in mind we’re still in the winter mode generally speaking.
We’re currently booking late winter trips and spring trips on the Snake River, Salt River and below Fontenelle Reservoir on the Green River. We’re also booking our summer season as well so give us a call at 307-739-7020.