Snake River Fly Fishing Report – Jackson Hole
July 30th, 2011
Snake River Fly Fishing Conditions
It’s (almost) time to fish the Snake. For those of you just looking to wet a line, Snake River Fly Fishing is now an option. It still a little of the ‘green’ color to it, but fish can and are being caught. The Dam – Pacific stretch is at a great level, flows are 2,750 out of the dam. This is providing some great hatches of Golden Stoneflies and yellow sallies. Snake River dry fly fishing is quite productive during the day. For those waiting for a cleaner river, I’m thinking 3-5 days we will see vast improvement. We ran out first trip on the main part of the Snake River today and initial reports are good.
Snake River Fly Fishing Information
Fish are feeding is certain spots and particular types of water. Look for big back eddies, foam lines and shallow runs with a bit of clarity. Fishing larger nymphs and a variety of stonefly imitations will provide the most action, and don’t forget about throwing streamers. Get out there and fish it! Learn More about our Fly Fishing Guide Services .