• SNAKE RIVER
    FISHING REPORT
  • SNAKE RIVER
    FISHING REPORT
Weather Water Fish
Clear
Fair
Location Hours Length
Jackson, Wyoming 10am - 7pm 20 miles
Elevation Directions Possible catch
6,322 Feet Wilson Bridge 
Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout, Whitefish




December 5th, 2017


With the recent drop in temperatures and the flows from Jackson lake at their winter levels, winter fishing is in full swing for the valley.

Trout are down from tributaries to their wintering grounds in the Snake river. Mornings are slow with the cooler temperatures but as the afternoon warms up the dry fly can be good. Griffith's gnat and snow cone  Nymphs are productive. Midges will get into the mix as well. 

Streamers are another option and can produce during the day.

 Keep your eye on weather and get after them!

Hatches Hatches

  • May Flys
  • Caddis
  • BWOs
  • Baetis

Hook Flies

  • MayFlies
  • Zebra Midges
  • Copper John
  • Pheasant Tail Nymphs
  • Pats rubber legs
  • Double Bunny
  • Comparadun

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