We are having some gorgeous Fall days in Jackson Hole lately, and the fishing is great. It has been warming up nicely mid-day and we’ve seen some bugs hatching. Blue wings are out in force and the fish are looking for them. Mahoganies and October caddis are also flying around and can get a look from eating fish. Cooler mornings mean its a good plan to fish a dry dropper set up. Smaller nymphs have been working well. Try out the dry fly as bugs pop out and the day heats up!
The rivers are starting to take shape in Jackson Hole and the fish are biting. The trout on the Green have been eating big foam flies and drakes. The worm is always a good bet if you want to fish a dry-dropper. The spring creeks have seen the fish rise to similar flies…foam and mayflies are on the menu and fish are looking up.
The Snake is probably a week or two from prime fishing, but it is dropping and clearing more every day. Our guides have caught fish on dries, nymphs and streamers. A Pat’s rubber leg/worm combo is a great way to start on cool mornings. As temps warm up we are seeing mayflies and golden stones hatching.
Summer is here, let’s go fishing!