Fishing Report - 7.6.21
The weather is heating up in the valley and water levels will begin to fluctuate as the dams will be releasing water for irrigation. Pacific Creek is down to 113cfs and the Buffalo Fork is at 614cfs. Keep an eye on water flows as they'll most likely be changing soon.
Water temperatures are warming up so look to fish early mornings or late evenings. Cutties need colder water and will begin to get stressed with water temperatures above 60 degrees. Brown and Rainbow trout are happiest in waters below 68 degrees. Avoid the heat of the day and do your best to keep fish wet at all times. Target the deeper runs and pools where fish will be holding in colder water.
The Snake, Hoback and GV are all fishing well with good dry fly action! Come see us to stock up on foamies - we have the largest selectio in town with any color, size and shape you can dream of. Get out there and enjoy it!
Snake - Circus Peanut #10, Chubby Chernobyl #10, Stimulator in yellow #16, Sparkle Dun#16, Film Critic #16
Green - Chubby Chernoyble #12, Hairwing Yellow Sally #16, AJ's Beetle #12, Royal Wolf Cripple #16, DOA Cripple #16, Trude lime #12
Gros Ventre - Yellow Sallies, small attractor patterns