The Jackson Hole One took place this past weekend on all of the stretches of the Snake River. Cloudy, rainy weather produced solid hatches of our fall Drake, the Timpanoga Hecuba. This weather also blew out the Snake below Hoback and the Buffalo on Sunday. The Snake River in GTNP fished well on Saturday including the largest Cutthroat of the tournament, a 23″ SRC. On Sunday, the GTNP stretches did not fish nearly as well with muddy water, but the lower river was better as the Hoback cleared. Higher than average flows meant that larger flies like Hecubas, Claassenia Stoneflies, and streamers were the best producers.  There were a number of quality trout landed over 20″ this year both on the South Fork and WY Snake. Our Fall Fishing is going to be fantastic this year! Once flows are dropped at the end of September, all of these large trout will be eating off the surface with plenty of bugs to choose from.  We are really looking forward to this!!


Gorgeous 21" Snake River Cutthroat caught the day before the One Fly!