The Snake River has been a fun place to be! Flows are at their Winter levels and the Cutthroat have found their new homes for the long haul.  The BuRec announced that they would flows out of Jackson Lake Dam at 450 cfs for the Winter, since we received so much rain at the very end of September and beginning of October. This is great news for our trout and invertebrates in the Snake River as it gives them more holding water and a chance to spread out and feed over the course of the winter. Currently, the fly fishing on the Snake River has been a blast!  Double-nymph rigs are a great way to go in the mornings as water temperatures rise. Rubber Legs, BH Flashback Hares Ear Nymphs, Prince Nymphs, Lightening Bugs, Copper Johns in red or olive,  and Flashback Pheasant Tails have all produced well.  After lunch, the dry-fly action kicks in with Mahogany Duns, Blue-Winged Olives, October Caddis, and a few terrestrials are bringing Cutthroat to the surface.   The streamer bite has also been good on banks and along any structure pulling up some larger trout. Gotta love Fall! Crowds are light and the fishing is great!