2, 300 cfs. – Snake River below Jackson Dam
16, 7000 cfs. – Snake River south of the town of Jackson (Flat Creek confluence)
For area lakes – Black Flying Ant (# 12), White or Yellow Conehead Zuddler (#4), Coffey’s Sparkle Minnow (#6)
The Snake River and area tributaries continue to run high, muddy and pretty much un-fishable. However, we’re optimistic that we are seeing the flows on Snake River tributaries starting to ‘peak’ and that they should begin to start dropping soon – the first positive sign that we pay attention to in looking forward to being able to fish moving water in Jackson Hole.
In the meantime, lakes in Grand Teton National Park are continuing to fish well for lake trout and cutthroats. Flying ants in decent numbers are prodding surface action. If this isn’t happening, we recommend going subsurface with streamers such as the patterns mentioned above.
You can continue to monitor Snake and local tributary flows here.