Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Information: March
Fishing Options In March
Fishing really starts to pick up due to warmer temperatures. It doesn’t take but a couple of degrees to get our Cutthroat into a feeding mood, possibly even off the surface. Dry fly fishing is more realistic towards the end of the month with Small Black and Brown Stones, and Midges being the meals of choice on the Snake River.
Wade fishing is the norm, but in warmer years, such as 2012 and 2013, we can float these rivers in March, which gives great access to a variety of fishing spots. This greatly increases the chances of finding rising trout and it’s pretty serene floating an empty river!