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Fishing Report - July 11, 2018

7/11/2018 | Author: Randolph Doffermyre | Category: Reports | 0 Comments

The fishing around the valley is shaping up very nicely, and we should see all our local streams clear and be in prime condition in the next two weeks. The Snake River in Jackson is still a bit cloudy on the lower sections, but certainly fishable, with Yellow Sallies, Golden Stones and PMDs coming off more consistently each day. Of the tributaries, Pacific Creek is fishing well, with the Gros Ventre and Granite Creek coming into form – try small foam attractors, larger parachutes, humpies and wulffs. Flows on the South Fork have been steady at 12,500 cfs for a week now, and all reaches are fishing well with dry dropper rigs, and we should see excellent PMD fishing in the riffles very soon. The Green River has been consistently fishing with big dries, nymphs and streamers. The water is still cool but warming quickly, so get down there before hot temps shutdown the midday fishing! Have Fun and Be Safe!

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