Snake River Fly Fishing Report, Jackson Hole Wyoming 7/22/16

The Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is fishing great right now!  The flows have dropped a little bit with this warm weather, flowing at 3600 cfs near Moose, Wyoming and 4750 cfs in the canyon stretch above Alpine, Wyoming.  The Snake River Cutthroat are starting to eat hoppers (size 10-14), and are still eating PMDs, Yellow Sallies, Circus Peanuts (size 10-14), Purple and Yellow Chubbies (10-14).  The big news this week is the Claasenia Stone Fly have come out early!  This big bug is great for early morning action, and keep the trout looking for larger flies on the surface throughout the day.  Our guides have been out on the Snake River every day, and they are loving the big bug action!  

Claasenia bring the big boys up! Guide Baker Mann with a nice Snake River Cutthroat!

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