Snake River flows have dropped below 3000cfs near Moran and below 12000cfs above Alpine. The river is clearing by the day and fish are being seen on the surface even with the water maintaining a green hue. Our guides are picking up a few fish mostly on nymphs but the fishing is expected to improve dramatically over the next week as flows continue to drop and as clarity improves. Hatches remain strong on the snake with stone flies of a variety of sizes, and thick caddis hatches are occurring daily. Cicadas have also been seen and definitely heard and grasshoppers are on the move in dryer terrain.
The Green River continues to fish well in the early mornings and in the evenings and the South Fork in Idaho has turned on as flows there have also lowered to near 15000cfs.