There has been alot going on on the Snake River recently! We are in the height of the summer season and have had a few accidents. Lives have been saved by quick actions from both guides and River Rangers. Check out the Snake River Fund blog for specific information. While there, please read about Proposition 8 and if you’re […]
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Snake River Fly fishing on the Snake has been very good since our last report. The Goldens have made their way upstream and can still be found between Pacific Creek and Moose. PMD and Yellow Sallies hatches remain solid and keep the fish rising throughout the system. Caddis have been important, especially early in the morning on […]
It has been awhile since we wrote a report on the fly fishing conditions on the Green and we apologize! The river has fished well with some large trout being caught, especially on nymphs. Flows are finally steady around 600 cfs, which makes the fishing a bit more challenging. Dry flies must be fished tight to […]
Fly fishing on the South Fork of the Snake River is very good currently. For the most part the Salmonfly hatch was a bust this year. Fluctuating high water flows hindered the adults, but the nymph fishing remains strong. Golden Stones, Caddis, PMD’s, and Yellow Sallies have filled the void nicely. The canyon sections are […]
Response has been good to the new effort to try and prevent the spread of Quagga and Zebra Mussels. Keep up the good work! Check out this article from the Billings Gazette about the traditional start of the fishing season.
The Wyoming Game and Fish department is asking the public for comments on its draft Aquatic Invasive Species Management program. Deadline is July 30, 2010. Fish the Fly hopes that all Wyoming fly fishermen will participate!
Fish Creek in the Jackson Hole valley is fly fishing very well! The upper end of the creek between Wilson and Teton Village has seen many trophy cutthroat move into it and take up lies. Fish are not in every hole, so it is necessary to keep moving until you find them. PMD hatches are getting started around 10am […]
Now is a great time to be exploring the smaller waters of Yellowstone Park! Creeks such as Nez Perce, the Little Firehole, Grayling, Obsidian and Indian are all fly fishing well. Try some PMD, Caddis, and attractor patterns and watch the fish crash your fly. Don’t forget to enjoy the scenery and solitude! The Yellowstone River opened to […]
After a very wet spring that seemed like it would never end, we have finally reached the summer fly fishing season! All the local Jackson Hole streams and rivers have finally subsided and cleared and are fishing well. Backcountry Creeks There are numerous small creeks worth of fly fishing in the Jackson Hole area. These […]
The Green River has come back around after a brief increase in flows from snow melt. A few late storms dropped up to 5 feet of snow in the Wind River Range high country which resulted in a second runoff period for about a week and a half. Flows are bumping up again due to […]