Jackson Hole Anglers
September 04, 2013
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The Snake continues be outstanding and is by far the best
fishery in the area. It is all about dry flies right now
with large trout being caught on big stonefly patterns,
hoppers, and large mayflies and attractors. The river is
fishing well top to bottom so get out and enjoy!!!!!
The Green is now way too low to get a boat on it. It
can offer decent wade fishing in the morning hours..
The Firehole has slowed a bit which is normal for this time
of year. Focus on the deeper water in the morning hours.
Lewis is fishing well with both streamers and nymph rigs.
We have been focusing on the flats and shallows and doing
Yellowstone Lake is now open and the fishing is as good as
can be expected given the trout removal program they have
going on up there. Focus on creek mouths and
constrictions for the best results..
Snake River Tributaries:
The tribs are now mostly clear and fishing well. A
hopper dropper type set up with a Cherobyl Ant followed by a
bead head should catch you plenty of nice Cutthroat Trout.
Flat Creek has been seeing one of it's best years in
memory. Trout are being caught on a variety of mayflies
Jackson Hole Anglers guides fishing trips on all of the
above rivers. We offer both fly fishing and spin fishing
trips on many waters in the Jackson Hole area and throughout
western Wyoming. Give us a call for an unforgettable
fishing experience in Jackson Hole.