I’m back! Holy Smokes, I didn’t realize how much I have been slacking on my blog… Summer and Fall have flown by and I’ve done a poor job keeping up with things here on the Teton Fly Fishing blog. So sorry to anyone who checks this every now and then. Now that things are slowing down i’ll do a better job of keeping up on the happenings around here.
This fishing season has been one of the busiest I can remember. I had a nice mix of return clients and new folks, fishing them on numerous waters around here in Jackson. Things are slowing down around here, but the fishing continues to be pretty fantastic. In fact, probably some of the best of the year. BWOs are the name of the game right now. Water levels have dropped on the Snake to winter levels. Fish are stacked up in runs and pools, along banks and in riffles, sipping away on the tiny mayflies that hatch every afternoon. It’s always fun to see our native cutthroat trout feeding away! Here are a few photos from recent weeks.
Derek and his lovely lady fishing the Snake with me in September.
Lulu on a hiking/fishing adventure with Jamie and I the other week.
Bill shows off a nice October cutthroat trout. Always fun to get out fishing with Bill!
Snowy day on the Buffalo Fork. Matt and I fished in some early season winter weather. A few fish were caught, but overall it was an exercise in staying warm.