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Find the Fish! Jackson Wyoming Fly Fishing Report

Jackson Hole offers such a variety of fly fishing options that it can be hard to decide where to go.   The Jackson Wyoming Fly Fishing Report provided by Westbank Anglers provides  the most updated local  fishing conditions.  Fly fishing conditions on the Snake River, including the South Fork, Yellowstone, Green River, Pinedale, and Jackson Hole tributaries.  Check fly fishing conditions or book a fly fishing trip with our local guides and let them show you the best fly fishing spots in and around Jackson.

These reports are designed with the hope that you can maximize your time on the water. We will keep these Jackson Wyoming  fly fishing reports as current as possible, with the latest information on water flows, water clarity, hatches, fish activity and any other tips that might make your day better on many of our area streams.  Our Guides are experts and have the latest fly fishing information on local Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho river sections.

Here are some great additional  resources for local Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho fly fishing spots:

Fly Fishing Yellowston River

Fly Fishing Grand Teton National Park


Snake River - Jackson Hole

May 8th, 2017

  Snake River (Jackson Hole) and it's Tributaries: Spring is finally here, bringing with it warm temperatures and high water. The Snake River and it's tributaries are blown out from Pacific Creek all the way to Palisades Reservoir, the only remaining clear water is the 5 mile stretch from Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Landing. With 5...... read more

April 26th, 2017

Snake River (Jackson Hole):  The Snake River here in the Jackson Hole Valley has still not entered into its run-off stage, if you had asked us one month ago if this would be the case, we would have said "No way!". We have continued to see cold temperatures especially at high elevations, this has kept the river relatively clear and fishable. Flows...... read more

April 17th, 2017

Snake River (Jackson Hole)- The fishing on the Snake continues to be solid, again nothing outstanding but it continues to produce good fishing. Our pre-runoff fishing window is sticking around longer than anticipated, colder temperatures and cloudy skies have extended this hard to predict early season. Flows at the Jackson Lake Dam have been...... read more

Snake River - South Fork

May 8th, 2017

  Snake River (Jackson Hole) and it's Tributaries: Spring is finally here, bringing with it warm temperatures and high water. The Snake River and it's tributaries are blown out from Pacific Creek all the way to Palisades Reservoir, the only remaining clear water is the 5 mile stretch from Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Landing. With 5...... read more

April 17th, 2017

Snake River (Jackson Hole)- The fishing on the Snake continues to be solid, again nothing outstanding but it continues to produce good fishing. Our pre-runoff fishing window is sticking around longer than anticipated, colder temperatures and cloudy skies have extended this hard to predict early season. Flows at the Jackson Lake Dam have been...... read more

March 23rd, 2017

South Fork of the Snake River: Flows on the South Fork have been up at 16,000 for almost a week now, this has significantly changed the way the river looks. Water managers are aiming to empty the reservoirs to make room for the above average run-off that we are going to see. This means that flows on the South Fork will likely stay at or above...... read more

Jackson Hole Tributaries

May 8th, 2017

  Snake River (Jackson Hole) and it's Tributaries: Spring is finally here, bringing with it warm temperatures and high water. The Snake River and it's tributaries are blown out from Pacific Creek all the way to Palisades Reservoir, the only remaining clear water is the 5 mile stretch from Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Landing. With 5...... read more

Yellowstone National Park

May 8th, 2017

  Snake River (Jackson Hole) and it's Tributaries: Spring is finally here, bringing with it warm temperatures and high water. The Snake River and it's tributaries are blown out from Pacific Creek all the way to Palisades Reservoir, the only remaining clear water is the 5 mile stretch from Jackson Lake Dam to Pacific Creek Landing. With 5...... read more