Snake River fly fishing report – Jackson Hole, WY 9.3.12

Happy Labor Day! The Snake River here in Jackson Hole continues to fish well with dry flies despite warm water temperatures.  We had some rain this past weekend and cooler mornings have made for some great fishing. Classennia Stonefly shucks litter the banks of the river on all stretches and have been a go to pattern on all stretches.  Hecubas, Mahogany Duns, PMD’s, and Carpenter Ants have the trout looking up daily, with mid-day being the most consistent times to get into rising Cutthroat. Best Flies: #8-10 September Stone, #8-10 Water Walker – Salmon, Golden, #8-10 Chubby Chernobyl – Purple, Red, #10-12 Power Ants, #10-12 Parachute Adams/Hare’s Ears, #12-14 Mahogany Cripples

Andy Balogh and his first trout on the fly


Two in the net are better than one in the river!

Say Cheese!

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