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 here in Jackson. Our guides are still finding fish looking up for blue wing olives on slow flats and riffles. In between these spots, we are still finding fish eating big foam dry flies as well as small dropper dries and nymphs. We hope this nice weather and good fishing continues for a bit longer, allowing us to get more days on the water!
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