Here’s the latest on fly fishing conditions in Jackson Hole, WY – Backcountry creeks – these are all high and muddy with the exceptionally warm weather over the past five days.  I’m thinking this will peak this weekend and we will be able to start guiding on these creeks sometime next week. Soda Lake is a gem that continues to shine with large trophy Cutthroat being caught daily.  Expect to see a few folks, since this is one of the better games in town currently. Snake River – 7100 cfs at Moose and blown out currently. The Buffalo Fork is pumping in alot of mud and will continue to do so for the next week to ten days. We expect to be guiding here at the end of June. Jenny Lake in GTNP – we don’t run guided fishing trips here, but we love to fish it in June.  Why? Consistent action for Cutthroat  and Lake trout in the shallows.  Sight fishing to cruising trout over sandy bottoms with flying ant patterns or nymphs is a blast! If that isn’t happening, fishing small leech patterns or Clousers on a sinking line near the inlets is productive.


Josh McArtor and guide Josh Hanna enjoy a fattie from Soda Lake