South Fork of the Snake River Fishing report – 6.2.13

Another early season success story is the South Fork of the Snake in Idaho. It has been fishing very well with nymphs and streamers.  Rubberlegs, San Juan Worms, Eggs, and a few Caddis Larva have put plenty of nice trout in the boat. The Upper river in Swan Valley and the Canyon both have fished well, which is a little early for this time of year. Flows are steady at 10,300 cfs currently and should remain so until they can fill Palisades Reservoir. This will be at least 10 days since it is currently sitting at 46% full. Filling this up will mean great things for the fishing over the course of this summer with cooler water temperatures for hatches through July…

Fly fishing is on for the South Fork!!

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