The tributaries to the Snake are clearing well, and it is improving the fishing every day. With increased clarity we are seeing more fish come to the surface. Chubby chernobyl’s are getting some good looks, and are a great option with a dropper below it. We have had success below the surface on Pat’s rubber […]
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The rivers are starting to take shape in Jackson Hole and the fish are biting. The trout on the Green have been eating big foam flies and drakes. The worm is always a good bet if you want to fish a dry-dropper. The spring creeks have seen the fish rise to similar flies…foam and mayflies […]
We are still in high water season in Jackson Hole, but the fishing is starting to shape up as the water drops. The Green has been a go-to spot for floating. Our guides have been catching fish on dries, nymphs and streamers. A few salmonflies have been spotted out. The fish haven’t completely keyed into […]
Spring is in full effect here in the Tetons and the rivers are high. We had another year of big snowpack, which will make for a great fishing season. If you need to scratch your angling itch, we have some good early season options. Cottonwood Lake is a great place to knock the rust off […]
The Tetons received over 400 inches of snow this year, which is really good news for our western rivers. Lots of snow in the mountains leads to better habitat for both aquatic bugs as well as trout! Pre-runoff, we had some really great days dry fly fishing on The Snake. Midges were out in full […]
Fishing on The Snake River is still going strong. Unseasonably warm temperatures and sunny days this mid October have provided us with some phenomenal fall fishing. The water releasing out of the Jackson Lake Dam has settled to our wintertime flows, and the fish are fired up, putting on the pounds for our long winter […]