Sorry it has been so long since our last fly fishing report! The Snake River in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming is fishing very well right now. The Snake is currently 66 degrees fahrenheit at Moose and is flowing at 3360 CFS, while flowing at 3870 CFS in the canyon stretch above Alpine, Wyoming. With this warm weather in Jackson Hole, Wyoming mornings are the best time to fish, the water is still cool from the night before and the fish will be more active in cold water. Once mid afternoon hits, the water will begin to warm up and the fish will become lethargic and less active. The Fine Spotted Snake River Cutthroat are eating the circus peanut (chocolate sizes 8-10), mutant stone fly (sizes 8-10), hoppers, beetles, and flying ants. The Snake River is a great place to spend your morning searching for Snake River Cutthroat Trout, and our guides have all the bugs the fish are eating!
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