There has been some very good fly fishing on the Snake River recently! Our Claasennia Stoneflies are popping and the Cutthroat have taken notice. The best fishing has been on overcast days with attractor patterns like the Chubby Chernobyl fished tight to the banks or any structure. Dropping a nymph off the back about 2-3 feet deep has also been quite productive for those trout reluctant to com all the way to the surface. Prince nymphs or other Caddis patterns have been good along with Red Copper Johns in #12-14. It’s busy out there and we are on the river daily. Book your guided fly fishing trip on the Snake River today!
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