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



July 19th, 2017


The Snake River is showing signs of clarity and fishability. Since July 16th, the Jackson lake Dam flows are holds steady at 2500 C.F.S.We are seeing drops in flows and water clarity is shaping up to provide a great opportunity on the Snake. This brings a welcome sign the Snake is shaping up for good fishing.
Although we are not seeing amazing fishing on the Snake River yet, we are seeing decent fishing and it’s only getting better as the summer continues.

 Foam patterns like Chubby Chernobyl in a purple variant and circus peanuts are good for top water action with pheasant tail nymphs or copper johns or lightning bugs as a hopper dropper set-up is a good start. Streamers like Woolly buggers and leeches can be productive.

Catch a Big One!

Hatches Hatches

  • Midges
  • Caddis
  • StoneFly
  • Golden Stone
  • Baetis

Hook Flies

  • Woolly bugger
  • Zebra Midges
  • Copper John
  • Psycho prince
  • Pats rubber legs
  • Circus Peanut
  • Pheasant tail nymph

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