Fly Fishing continue to heat up here in Jackson Hole. I spent the past week fishing folks on a variety of waters. The Green river is now fishing pretty well and it’s my go to for float trips at this time since the Snake is still high and muddy. Grey Drakes, PMDs, Stoneflies, etc. are all hatching on the Green. The fishing hasn’t been easy, but we’ve caught some nice fish. Additionally, the Lewis and upper Snake river in Yellowstone has made for some fun wade fishing for guests.
Mike shows off a nice cutthroat from Flat Creek. A few Green Drakes got the fish looking up…
Steve hooked up on the upper Snake in Yellowstone National Park. Note the confluence of the Snake and Lewis rivers. The Snake there is still off color but clearing quickly. Dry fly fishing is pretty good!
Mike and Nick floated the Green with me a few days back. The fish made these guys work, but they managed to hold their own and caught a couple nice browns and rainbows.
Susan is all smiles on the Lewis river. Nymphs and Dry flies got the job done.