Happy Easter! We’ve had phenomenal weather this weekend and really good fishing as well. The valley is free of snow past the Moose Junction and the Wildlife are on the move. Elk by the hundreds are making their way back in to Grand Teton National Park. It’s a great time to be here! The Snake River is rising with the recent snowmelt and has taken on a green color, but is still plenty fishable. Focus your efforts above the junction of the Hoback River for the best water clarity. The dry fly bite has been good in the braided section between Wilson and South Park. The Skwalas are out and the Cutthroat are eating some larger patterns #8-12. Below South Park bring a sinking line and streamers since the water here is deeper and in one main channel. Nymphing is in order as well, with double rigs just below the riffles. This section is seeing much less pressure and has been alot of fun! Above Wilson in Grand Teton National Park, there is some dry fly action in the riffles and slower moving side channels. These waters have been fished the least as the snowline recedes and opens up new options. Deadman’s Bar isn’t open yet, but should be soon. We will keep you informed!
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