August Fishing Updates
It is the peak of the summer season here in Jackson, and cooler temperatures have elevated the local fishing. While the night temperatures have significantly cooled, our days on the rivers have consisted of blue skies and fresh mountain air. In the morning, general mayfly imitations have been working well including patterns like Parachute Adams and Film Critics. As the temperatures rise, you’ll find terrestrials on the banks. Local ranchers have recently cut the hay and stopped irrigating the fields, which forces the terrestrials such as hoppers to the banks of the river. Patterns such as the Morrish Hopper and Galloup’s Ant Acid are producing at high rates. Stop by our fly shop in Teton Village to look over our assortment of fly fishing gear and reserve your trip with GFA guides today. Check out our guide in training, Ethan, on a fun day out fishing hoppers!