Jackson Hole fly fishing – guides report 4.16.13

Good news – I’ve recently seen a few Skwala Stonefly shucks along the edge of the Snake River below Moose.  Bad news – winter has returned in full force.  This has slowed the fishing on the Snake, but has not brought it to a complete halt. Breaks in the storms are still worth fishing, although they may be short lived. Nymphs and streamers have been the most reliable this past week, with minimal dry fly action.  Look for this to change this coming weekend as temperatures rise back in to the 40’s and hopefully warmer into next week.  Midges, small Black/Brown Stones, and Baetis are the predominant bugs still, but some sunshine will have our Cutties looking for a larger meal until runoff comes…

Say Cheese!

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