Snake River Fishing Report Jackson WY
Flows at Moose: 3260 CFS
Below Jackson: 3770 CFS
The flows have settled down once again for the Dam release being cut down another 500 cfs. The lower the average flows, water temps and cooler and cloudier weather are setting the Snake up for an EPIC fall season. The fish are eating the Claasenia Stonefly and is the hot ticket and any type of foam with tan and brown size 6-10 has been productive. The fish are tight to the banks, behind structure and in the deep seams below the gravel bars where the braids meet. With the water temps in the high 50’s in the early morning try a streamer pattern in the riffles, banks and seams. There are also caddis out in the evenings.
Claasenia Stonefly Nymph
Look for the Hecuba to emerge in the next week or so with these cooler temps.
Come on out and enjoy the splendors of these fall like temps and the dissipated crowds!