Snake River (Jackson Hole)
The Snake is clear with success on mayflies and stone flies with or without droppers. Rubberlegs and terrestrials are also fishing fairly well. It's a great time to fish the Snake!
South Fork of Snake River
Flows have increased this week over the past couple of weeks to just over 12000. The water clarity is decent, not exceptional, but stoneflies are on the water. If you aren't seeing risers on the top, fish terrestrials with stone fly droppers, stimulators, rubberlegs are all working as well as PMD's and yellow sallies should be a decent option.
The Greys is fishing well! Terrestrials, caddis, and yellow sallies are working well. The farther up the river you go, the fewer other fisherman you'll find. The greys and its tributaries are all very clear and fishing really well!
The Salt is clear and flows are settling into summertime levels. Stoneflies, stimulators, terrestrials, mayflies, and caddis are all working depending on the stretch and time of day. Get on the water early or late for best success as the temps get a little lower and flies are hatching.
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