Flat Creek in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on the National Elk Refuge is opening on Monday August 1st! Anglers will arrive before dawn in anticipation of the gates opening. Flat Creek is only open from August 1st to October 31st. Expect to see caddis, hoppers, and terrestrials with this warm weather at the start of the Flat Creek season. There might be some PMD’s still flying around, we will know more on Monday morning! Flat Creek is a great place to take your wade fishing game to the next level, and our guides are ready to help you get there! Be prepared to cast from the bank on one knee, and sneak up on the river in hopes of catching a nice Snake River Fine spotted Cutthroat Trout. Flat Creek plays host to some of the largest Cutthroat Trout in the Jackson Hole Valley, but they do not come easy as the season moves along. We are very excited about this opener! Call us if you would like to join us on Monday!
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