[vc_row full_width=”” color_scheme=”” parallax=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]There has been a pretty big heat wave across the entire Northwest.  Here in ‘our neck of the woods’ the best chance at fish are in the morning and late afternoon.  You can sill have a great day fishing mid-day.  Here are some other details about the specific rivers around here:

The South Fork of the Snake is fishing really well!  The stoneflies are everywhere!  We’ve been using Golden Stones, Salmon Flies, & Yellow Sallies.

Henry’s Fork of the Snake River

Overall, fishing is still outstanding on the entire Henry’s Fork.  Flows out of Island Park have been steadily increasing over the last week to about 1700 cfs.
Henry’s Fork – Below Ashton:  We’ve been catching fish on Caddis & PMD’s.  Green Drakes are slowing down below Ashton.  You can use Golden Stone, Chubby Chernobyl, zebra midge, pheasant tails, PMD’s & caddis..  

Henry’s Fork – Ashton to Island Park:  Green drakes in the morning, Grey & Brown in the evening.  Throughout the day yellow sallies, golden stones, & flavs (WR to Ashton).   As always, nymphs and streamers will pull fish in.

Teton River

The Teton has been fishing awesome as weel for 3-4 days, so it should continue.  The water is lower and clear.   We’ve been using PMD’s, Caddis, & Yellow Sallies.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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