Flows at Moose: 3490 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 3950 CFS
The latest Snake River Fishing Report is get up early and git ‘er done! The waters have been warming up in the afternoon, so we’ve been getting our clients on the water by 7;30am and off by 3pm ish. Once the water nears 70 degrees, the fishes metabolism gets stressed and the survivability rate drops significantly during every catch and release. Trout survive best at a temperature around 60F, so you can see the temps on the chart below from the past week and why we fish when and how we do. The storms that rolled through this afternoon really helped cool off the water, thankfully! PMD’s, caddies and yellow sallies are the fare throughout most of the day and when the hatches slow down, it’s time to break out the foam and hoppers! If it’s really slow, then add a dropper several feet off of the back of the big bugs.
Please give us a call @ 307-739-702o to check in to see what the latest Snake River Fishing Report is from the river and/or to book your trip. Keep them lines tight!