Midges!! The Midge hatch on the Snake River here in Jackson Hole is in full swing, especially on warm, sunny days. The best action remains in the afternoons, but on the warmest days can get going by 11am. We are seeing Cutthroat coming to the surface, typically in shallower, slow moving water where they don’t have to expend alot of energy to feed. More fish that are holding in some of the deeper holes still are getting more active and will eat nymphs fished 6-7 feet deep. We have had a few fish eat some Little Black Stonefly (Capnia) nymphs and this hatch will nly continue to improve as we move into March. Sunshine and temperatures close to 40 degrees returns this weekend!!
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