Fly fishing in Jackson Hole in September to date has been nothing short of fantastic! Fall arrived a little early here, with cooler overnight lows. We even reached 20 degrees here this past week! No worries though as high temps for the next 4-5 days are forecasted to 75-80 degrees. And did I mention that the fall colors are on fire? This has brought to life all the bug life in the Jackson Hole valley – Claasenia Stoneflies, Hecuba Drakes, Mahogany Duns, Infrequens PMD’s, Flying Ants, Rhyacophila Caddis and even some October Caddis and BWO’s. Needless to say there are plenty of options to tie on to the end of your line. Your favorite foam pattern has been working, sometimes the whole day. Mahoganies are another good all day choice, and the other bugs are great match the hatch alternatives. The streamer bite is really firing up with all colors working at different times so far. Depending on morning temperatures the Cutthroat start eating on the surface by 10am, sometimes earlier. Sunny afternoons are great for flying ants and the Rhycophilas, but may as well try them at anytime. Give us a shout at 307-690-1139 to take advantage of the best dry fly fishing around! September is THE month to float the Snake River!
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