Some of you may have already seen this, but for those who aren't on my email list, here's is a copy of the spring 2013 newsletter I sent out last week.:
A big springtime hello from Jackson Hole! If you’re as excited as I am for the upcoming fishing season, this newsletter’s for you. Little black stoneflies were active on the Snake River today and Jerome took full advantage…
Overall, fishing has been pretty good lately. Spring brings hungry trout to the surface, actively feeding on hatching midges and stoneflies. In addition to the small, black stoneflies we’re seeing on the Snake right now, I expect larger Skwalas to begin crawling on the banks and fluttering clumsily on the water in the next week or two. Fishing will probably get underway a little earlier this year since the mountain snowpack is slightly below average.
If you’re thinking of coming out to fish with me, I’ve got a few exciting things to report for the upcoming season. First off, I have a new Adipose drift boat that’s going to make for an even better float-fishing experience. This also will let me take folks fishing on a few glacially carved lakes when rivers are running high. If you’re looking for a multi-day adventure, checkout the Dubois overnight option. With the Wind River and a variety of smaller, wild trout streams to explore, you’ll think you died and went to fishing Heaven! All this in addition to fantastic float-fishing on the Snake, Green and Salt rivers.
So there you have it; fish, news and exciting fishing possibilities! Keep checking the Teton Fly Fishing Blog for fishing reports and adventurous tales and give a holler if you’re thinking of coming out this way and want to book a trip.
All the best, Nate