Snake River Fishing Report
Flows at Moose: 3680 CFS
Flows below Jackson: 3170 CFS
The Snake River Fishing Report today is we are feeling very fortunate to have good water(temps and flows) for the current fall like conditions. We’ve gone from an early morning start to a mid morning start due to the lower water temps. The best dry fly action has been from around 10am until about 4pm. Adding a dropper in the early am can help get the bite rolling and we’re still seeing a few caddis and pmds but the main course for the dry action is the Snake Drake, Tricos, Stoneflys, Ants and some hoppers too in the warmer afternoons.
Check out the water temp graph below which illustrates the past 60 days on the Snake River. You can easily see the days when the water got above 65 and now they’re barley getting above 60, which is ideal!
With these cooler temps come great hatches and fish that are feisty and active. The hordes of crowds have dissipated as well, so the fall fishing is setting up to be nothing short of spectacular. We still have some availability, especially in the first week of September, so please give us a shout to book your fall fishing trips @ 307-739-7020! Thank you and tight lines!