Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for November 14th, 2022

Snake River Good surface action is occurring on cloudy days with precipitation as trout feed on intermittent to heavy midge emergences.  Eddies and riffles are the primary targets for this action.  It is occurring from approximately 10am and continuing until 4pm, with 1pm to 4pm being the most active time of the day.  Go with emergent patterns primarily. Nymphs are working best when fished as part of a dry-dropper rig in riffles, eddies, seams, and…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for November 2nd, 2022

Snake River Dry fly fishing has been good (think BWOs and midges, along opportunities with moderately sized streamers) depending on what waters you target and the time of day.  Side channels and seams feeding into eddies are producing relatively early with opportunities from around 10:30am until deep in the afternoon.  Ledge rock pools on the lower river, and banks and structure with slow to moderate currents become active around 2pm and can last until dusk. …
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 21st, 2022

Snake River The most consistent action has been occurring on the mid and lower reaches from Moose down to Sheep Gulch, although, as on all our water currently, weather conditions means decent to good days most outings with an occasional great day every now and then.  Autumn hatches are not off the charts but still a decent number of inermis PMDs and BWOs out (all this will change when we get cooler wetter weather in…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 10th 2022

Snake River October is a good time to be on the Snake and it is certainly fishing well, although a noticeable difference between cool days with cloud cover and bright, sunny days.  Mahogany duns and Hecubas continue to come on strong on wet days. BWOs are out on cooler days.  PMDs are waning but still there (not in big numbers) on sunny days . October caddis are also making more of an appearance.  Banks with…
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Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report For September 28th, 2022

Snake River The Snake is fishing well on all reaches as it typically does this time of year with flows from Jackson Lake Dam receding, air temps cooling (peaking under 75 degrees), and some wet, cloudy days to spark autumn emergences.  Hecubas, mahogany duns and BWOs dominate on those wet days.  Expect to see PMDs most days as well.  Claassenia stoneflies are still around, although waning with each passing day. Carpenter Ants are the primary…
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