Fly fishing report Jackson Hole – Snake River 9.23.12

The Snake River has fished remarkably well this summer and continues to shine with a multitude of mayfly hatches currently. Hecubas, Mahogany Duns, PMD’s, BWO’s, and Tricos are popping throughout the whole river system and our Cutthroat are loving it! Life cycle patterns for all of these bugs are bringing up trout, starting around 11am and lasting until  close to 6pm.  Our Classennia Stoneflies are still hatching and are a great bug to fish first thing in the morning.  October Caddis are beginning to show and will be a great go to bug through October.

Army tank Specialist Josh Connolly was here with the Honoring Our Veterans crew and caught this nice 18" SRC

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