Fishing Report - July 2, 2019
With one last surge we can hopefully say goodbye to the 2019 run-off soon.
Most tributaries in the Upper Snake River drainage are slowing and showing signs of clearing.
Our go-to stretch from the Jackson Lake Dam to the Pacific Creek offers the most consistent water flows holding steady at 2210 Cubic Feet per Second since June 24th.
We have seen a few reports of some top water takes on Cadis and PMDs but the lion’s share of productive days has been from nymphing, a dry/dropper or the streamer bite.
The Green River has seen a significant up tick in flows at Warren Bridge this past week reading at 1960 CFS. This has slowed fishing in the drainage.
For now, we look to see a decrease in flows for fishing to improve. Keep an eye on the Green as flows can drop significantly within a short period of time.
The waters in Yellowstone, Henry’s fork and South Fork of the Snake all fishing well and worth the drive.