Flows at Moose: 1650 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 2840 CFS
The latest Snake River Fishing Report from our local Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Guides this week is the river has cleared up from earlier this week due to yet another cold spell. The water temps have dropped and so have the flows. We’re catching fish on weighted nymph rigs consisting of either stones as the point fly and either a bwo or a small stone dropped below the stone. Yesterday we had intermittent snow flurries and the next few days the forecast is pretty much the same. See today’s weather below;
THROUGH THE MORNING COMMUTE…TETON PASS WILL BE SLICK AND HAZARDOUS WITH FOG AND PERIODS OF SNOW. IN THE LOWER ELEVATIONS…PRECIPITATION WILL BE A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW…WITH RAIN GENERALLY BELOW 6400 FEET. A COUPLE OF INCHES OF NEW SNOW COULD OCCUR ABOVE 8500 FEET THIS MORNING.
For the foreseeable future we’re expecting these same weather patterns persisting so the fishing conditions on the Snake will be hit and miss on a daily basis. That being said we’re hoping to get a chance to get a few days out on the skwalla hatch. The water temps need to stay consistent in the upper 40’s to make this happen. That, along with some clear water and I must say this hatch is as good as it gets for big fish on big dries. Please give us a call @ 307.739.7020 for the most up to date report.
Below you can see the temps and water graphs for this week.