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Fishing Report - June 13, 2018

6/13/2018 | Author: Randolph Doffermyre | Category: Reports | 0 Comments

We've got good news! The Snake River has reached its peak flows in the last week and is now dropping. We expect to be fishing clear water around the 4th of July - which is sooner than normal based on this year’s snow pack. This doesn’t mean that there is no fishable water to be found right now, though. Fishing from the Jackson Lake dam has been productive with streamers and gear. Don’t be afraid to strip big streamers here like sparkle minnows and deceivers with hungry lake trout and a few big browns. Lakes are fishing well, but get out there early or late with the warm days we have been having. For dries on the lakes, try flying ant patterns and renegades. For underwater, copper johns and big hare’s ears will do the trick in addition to some classic bugger and leech patterns.

Yellowstone Lake is fishing very well. Stripping small streamers such as mohair leeches, kreelex and larger scud patterns have been productive. Look for points and drop-offs near the shore for big cutthroat.

Give us a call at 307-733-3270 to book a trip. Hope your fishing is off the hook!

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