Well, winter has returned to Jackson Hole since our last fishing report. This has slowed the fly fishing a bit on colder days, but there have been some worthwhile opportunities as well mostly in the afternoons of warmer days. Stonefly and Midge nymphs continue to produce the best action… The real news is our snowpack in the Snake River and Upper Green River basins. The Snake is holding steady at 100% of water content despite weaker snow events over the past 6 weeks. Combine this with Jackson Lake being 76% full currently and it looks good for water temps and flows on the Snake in 2015. The Green River is holding at 115% of water content currently as well. It’s still too early to tell how the runoff will be for this gem of a river, but we have high hopes. March, April, and May are crucial precipitation months for the flows on the Green River. We will keep you informed on when this is fishing! We are running fly fishing trips on the Snake River in Jackson Hole currently. Give us a call!
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