Fall fishing in Jackson Hole has arrived! August treated us well with great dry fly fishing the entire month. The water temperature got warm in the afternoons which caused the fishing to slow down a bit. Even with challenging afternoons we had a unbelievably successful month with great clients and lots of fish.
September is here and evening temperatures have been in the mid forties which has caused the Snake river to cool off and fish well. I spent the day on Moose-Wilson and had great fishing using standard size 12,14,16 Parachute Adams as well as large tan Stonefly patterns. Dry fly fishing on the Snake should continue to be good through mid October weather permitting! If you ask any local guide what month is the best to be fishing in and around Jackson Hole they will tell you September. The great thing about this is that the guide is finally not lying! September brings cool evenings and warm days as well as the beginning of the fall of season. The fish know a harsh winter is coming and are doing everything the can to eat a few insects. Book a trip today and we will go chase the fish this fall as the leaves on the trees change, travelers leave, and fish feed!