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Snake River Fly fishing guides

Snake River at South Park Bridge

Snake River Fishing Report


Snake River Fly fishing guides

               Snake River at South Park Bridge

Flows at Moose:15,400 CFS

Flows Below Jackson: 20,500 CFS

The current Snake River Fishing Report in Jackson Hole is more of a flow update. Here’s a short video showing the flows at the South Park Bridge IMG_9811.MOV. Check out the charts below showing the projected vs actual flows and you’ll see why it’s so complicated to project when we’re going to have quality water to guide on.

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Projected vs Actual Flows

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Current flows vs the 30 year average

Meanwhile, the flows are HUGE right now. Be careful in and around the river as it is VERY dangerous. See the flood alert below:

Severe Weather Alerts – Jackson, WY

  •  Areal Flood Watch
    Areal Flood Watch in effect until Wednesday, 6:00 AM MDT. Source: U.S. National Weather Service


The Flood Watch continues for

* Portions of northwest Wyoming and west central Wyoming,
including the following areas, in northwest Wyoming, Absaroka
Mountains and Jackson Hole. In west central Wyoming, Upper
Green River Basin and Upper Green River Basin Foothills.

* Through late Tuesday night

* Accelerated snowmelt runoff due to warm afternoon mountain
temperatures will continue through Tuesday. Expect continued
sharp increases in creek and river levels Monday morning
through Tuesday afternoon.

* Along the Snake River Basin: Flooding of low lying areas is
expected on smaller creeks and streams to include Pacific Creek,
Buffalo Fork, and the Gros Ventre River. Minor flooding is also
expected along the Snake River from Moose to near Jackson Monday
morning through Tuesday evening. The flow along the Gros Ventre
River near Kelly is expected to increase to 6,000 to 6,500
cubic feet per second (cfs) by Tuesday morning. The flow along
the Snake River near Jackson is expected rise to near 25,000
cubic feet per second (cfs) by Tuesday afternoon.

Currently our best guess is that we’ll be guiding on the Snake River around mid July. Please give us a call @ 307-413-0669 or email [email protected] to get your trip booked or to get the latest and greatest information. Take care and tight lines!

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