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Fishing Report - July 9, 2019

7/9/2019 | Author: Kris Walker | Category: Reports | 0 Comments

Fishing Report 7-8-2019 The Upper Snake River Drainage surrounding tributaries are slowing down and shaping up for July. The only increase in flows are at the Jackson Lake Dam which increased their output to 3130 CFS. It looks to fall inline with historical water data for this time of year. We still look to the Dam to Pacific Creek section of the Snake for clarity and consistency and overall better conditions. The bugs are coming out! Top water action can be found on caddis, yellow sallies, stimulators, Chubb Chernobyl, PMD’s and Golden Stoneflies. Some considerations for nymphing are: Pat’s rubber legs duracell jig, rainbow warriors. As always weather and changing flows from the Damn will shift fishability from day to day. The Green river has seen a drop in flows and holds today at 1330CFS at Warren Bridge. It looks to be shaping up well for the Green as more reports of bigger fish being caught and productive days come into the shop. The New Fork has seen improvement but still high. Look to this to improve shortly if not now with favorable weather.


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