Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for November 7th, 2021

Snake River Dry flies are producing after 11am, with the best action is occurring after 2pm as midge and BWO emergences intensify.  The most productive water has been in ledge rock pools, the inside turn of riffles and riffle current margins, banks with moderate depths and slow currents, and seams separating backwater channels from main channel currents. Nymphs are working and it is a toss-up between double rigs and dry-droppers in terms of which is…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 24th, 2021

Snake River BWOs dominate the surface scene most days with a smattering of mahogany duns and October caddis around every now and then.  The best dry fly action is occurring after 11:30am each day but as late as 1pm occasionally.  Focus on the middle and lower reaches from Wilson Bridge down to Sheep Gulch and target riffles, troughs, submerged structure, side channels, and ledge rock pools. Nymph rigs are a good way to go throughout…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 14th, 2021

Snake River Winter flows on the Snake and fishing has been pretty solid over the past couple of weeks with dry flies, dry-droppers, and streamers.  Action is best after 11am and gets better throughout the afternoon.  PMDs are still about but mahogany duns and BWOs can be more prevalent on cool days and days with cloud cover and precipitation. October caddis are also around intermittently.  Riffles, troughs and seams are your most productive targets.  Side…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 4th, 2021

Snake River Flows from Jackson Lake Dam are ramping down to winter levels and the Snake is getting into its typical autumn fashion with cool, crystal clear water.  The best action is on the lower reaches from South Park to Sheep Gulch, with the middle reaches from Moose to South Park coming in a clear 2nd.  PMDs continue to be the dominant the scene, while mahogany duns and BWOs will take the lead with the…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for September 23rd, 2021

Snake River Claassenia is waning but still decent emergences of PMDs from 11am until mid-afternoon.  Hecuba and mahogany duns can be out in strong numbers on cooler and wetter days.  The entire river is fishing, but the best production is coming on the lower and middle reaches from Moose Bridge down to Sheep Gulch.  Attractor patterns fished with droppers are producing along banks and structure as well as on riffle current margin, seams, and eddies. …
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