Monthly Archives: %sJune 2014

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for June 24th, 2014

Almost all of the tributaries except for the Buffalo Fork are receding and this has led to much better water clarity over the past week. The usual intense hatch activity of June – PMDs, yellow sallies, some golden stones, and waves of caddis – is occurring as well. All of this is resulting in the first real surface action of the season since runoff started. There is substantially more clarity from Jackson Lake Dam down to approximately three miles below Pacific Creek. There is also decent clarity in the Canyon reach from Hoback down to Sheep Gulch. Nymphs […]

By |June 24th, 2014|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for June 17th, 2014

The tailwater reach from Jackson Lake Dam down to Pacific Creek is showing much more clarity compared to last week but you still have to work for your fish. Nymphing is the name of the game for most part with mayfly imitations taking the majority of the fish, although there has been some action on smaller (#10) stonefly imitations. Callibaetis are still emerging and if you get lucky you can get into surface action with #12 to #16 dun imitations, but you really do have to get lucky.

Effective nymphs – Pats Rubber Legs (#8 to #10), BH Hares […]

By |June 17th, 2014|Fishing Reports|