Snake River Fishing Report
Flows at Moose: 1510 CFS
Flows near Jackson: 2100 CFS
Reel Deal Anglers’ Snake River Fishing Report: Fishing conditions on the Snake River in Jackson Hole Wyoming continue to improve as Spring settles in and the weather warms. The best window for dry fly fishing has been between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., especially on days when the temperature climbs into the forties or above. Midges, Capnia Stones and BWOs can be encountered on any given day. Think Griffith’s gnats and Film Critics! Fish have been holding and feeding in a wide variety of water types, including riffles, pools, flats, eddies and seams. Double nymph rigs have been producing with the most consistency throughout the day, but don’t hesitate to chuck a streamer with a varied retrieve at any point. Stay safe and please respect social distancing guidelines, especially at the boat ramps. For further details about the upcoming season please call 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected]anglers.com. Enjoy your time with your family!
NOTE: Currently we are NOT guiding spring trips due to our collective choice, as a company, to help avoid any unnecessary contact with others to help expedite the eradication of the Covid-19.