Below Jackson Dam: 505 cfs
At Moose: 1,540 cfs
South of Jackson: 2,190 cfs
At Alpine: 3.470 cfs
Dries: Sanchez’ Mystery Meat Skwala (#10), Parachute Olive (#18), Parachute Adams (#18), Parawulff BWO, Quigley’s Midge Stacker (#20),
Nymphs: Torin’s Soft Hackle (#16), Bead Head Two Bit Hooker (#16), Bead Head Fox Baetis BWO (#16),
Streamers: Tan Conhead Kiwi Muddler (#4), Trina’s Rubber Bugger (#4), Tan Polar Leech, Beldar Rubber Leg (#8)
Just a quick fishing report update to let you know that our first “big bug” of the year is here – Skwala stoneflies are poppin on the Snake! If you would like to learn more about Skwalas, please check out this link on our site:
The cool, wet weather the last few days means that we’ve been seeing Blue Wing Olive mayflies along the river as well. And when fish aren’t taking either of those insects, the midges continue to be prolific.
This is prime spring fishing on the Snake right now. Warmer weather is predicted over the weekend, temps expected to reach the 70′s by Monday. This will accelerate our snowmelt, and will likely mean that the tributaries of the Snake will start to rise and go off color. Which means I would hit the river asap!
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