Snake River Fishing Report
Flows at Moose: 6230 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 8610 CFS
The Snake River flows are receding now based on the dam flows being reduced and the cooler temps this week. As of now, we’re thinking that the Snake River will be quality fishing towards the end of the month. To book your trip please call us @ 307-739-7020 and we’ll look forward to getting you out on the water for a great day of fishing! The following is the most up to date information we have to base our decision on. As you can see by the graphs the flows are pretty darn close to the 30 year average. The water supply looks great for the rest of the season!
Bureau of Reclamation info released today: “Jackson Lake inflow decreased by more than 1,500 cfs since last Thursday when the temperature was hot.
We reduced flow below the dam from 3,200 cfs to 2,800 cfs yesterday.
Today we will reduce flow to 2,600 cfs.”
The snowpack in the tribs that feed the Snake River in the north end of the valley are running out of steam so the next week will be telling once the temps heat back up.