Jackson Hole Fly fishing report 7.24.13

Fly fishing here in the Jackson Hole valley has been pretty good lately.  The tributaries to the Snake like the Gros Ventre, Hoback, and Buffalo Rivers have been good places to be. Recent rains have blown these rivers out occasionally over the past couple of weeks, but overall this is a good thing for cooler water temperatures. There is good action on medium sized Hoppers, PMD’s, and Caddis. Our backcountry creeks have fished well too.  Rainstorms washed out a few of these, but it also helped the water temperatures and bug hatches.  Hoppers, Grey Drakes, PMD’s, Caddis, and some Yellow Sallies are bringing up some good sized trout! Action has been more mid-day and in to the afternoon as these creeks warm up…

Ray Jones Jr. holds a great backcountry Cutthroat

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