Jackson Hole fly fishing guide report 10.7.12

Our fishing guides are still reporting great things from the Snake River in the Jackson Hole valley! We had a cold front push through that dropped the temperatures into the upper 40’s and 50’s, but no precipitation.  This really sparked the Blue Wing Olive hatch on the lower river below South Park Bridge.  New riffles are showing after the flow drop and the Cutthroat are stacked up in them munching on these tiny morsels. Big bugs, you ask?  October Caddis are hatching and have been great in bank pockets and on the fast water margins. Dropping a Zebra Midge or BWO Micro Mayfly about two feet below has kept clients into fish all day. Fishing streamers has been fun for those who prefer the chuck and duck. A number of patterns are working, like Gray/White Clousers, Silvey Sculpins, and Black Leeches. Call and take advantage of our fall fly fishing special on the Snake River .  We’ll be running fishing trips into November this year…

We love it when fish like this eat dry flies!!

Steve Heck lands yet another Cutthroat yesterday

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