Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report 10.1.10

Indian summer weather has a hold on Jackson Hole and we’re loving it!   Sunny skies and day time highs in the upper 70’s are as good as it gets this time of year. What about the fly fishing you say?  The Snake River is still solid with dry fly action from Deadman’s Bar down into the canyon, especially from noon until dusk.  Claasenia Stoneflies, Hecubas, Mahogany Duns, and even some October Caddis are on the menu. Double dry fly or dry/dropper rigs have been producing well in riffles, seams, and bank structure.  Don’t stare too hard at that fly on the water as the fall colors are amazing currently! Best Flies: #10 Tan Chubby Chernobyl, #10-12 Para Hare’s Ear, #12 Purple Haze, #12-14 Ausable Wulffs, #14 Red Quill, #10 Orange Stimmie, #10 Red Fox Squirrel, #14-16 Lightening Bug

Beautiful Indian Summer weather in Jackson Hole!

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