November 15, 2014 – South Fork of the Snake River Fishing Report

Unless you have been in Mexico recently enjoying beautiful weather, you would know that mid-November has seen arctic temperatures due to the Alaskan push, and many anglers have been on the sidelines watching football and gettng ready for ski season. However, with the temperatures rising during the Thanksgiving week, many anglers are again enjoying great fishing in our Eastern Idaho rivers.

The South Fork has been dropped to just over 900 cfs. Many people are still floating (and now beginning to be able to walk and wade). Nymphs, streamers, rubber-leg stonefly nymphs and zebra midges have been producing.

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2015-01-09T06:51:19+00:00
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