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Snake River Angler Fishing Report October 27th, 2014

Snake River
More variable weather has moved into the region over the past week giving times of warm sunshine and others with cooler, wetter weather.  Fishing remains good regardless, with more intense hatches of blue-winged olives and mahogany duns on those days with cloudy and precipitation.  You will also see more intense chironomid emergences as well.  The same bugs will be out on warmer days, but they will be joined by some October caddis.  Double nymph rigs are producing throughout the day in a variety of holding water.  Warmer temps in the afternoon allow for production on the surface with […]

By |October 28th, 2014|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fishing Report October 20th, 2014

Snake River
Continuing warm, sunny weather in the region (not that unusual for this time of year) is making for some very good, and comfortable fishing on the Snake River.  Blue-winged olives are out just about everyday.  You will also see intermittent emergences of October caddis on just about every reach of river.  Cooler and wetter days are also producing impressive hatches of mahogany duns.  Fishing is most productive in the morning on nymph rigs in riffle and seam tailouts and along banks.  The surface action starts in earnest after noon, with mayfly and caddis imitations producing best in riffles, […]

By |October 20th, 2014|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fishing Report for October 13th, 2014

Snake River
Fishing remains really solid on the Snake with stable winter flows and cool, crystal clear water on every reach.  Blue-winged olives and mahogany duns are the primary emergences at the moment, but we are beginning to see more October caddis just about everywhere.  There are also some PMDs still about.  Double nymph rigs (in riffles and on seams, and banks) and streamers (on banks and structure) are the way to go in the morning with cooler water temps.  As afternoon approaches, tandem dry rigs and dry-dropper rigs are working in just about every type of holding water.  Streamers […]

By |October 20th, 2014|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fishing Report October 6th, 2014

Snake River

Fishing remains really solid on the Snake with stable winter flows and cool, crystal clear water on every reach.  Blue-winged olives and mahogany duns are the primary emergences at the moment, but we are beginning to see more October caddis just about everywhere.  There are also some PMDs still about.  Double nymph rigs (in riffles and on seams, and banks) and streamers (on banks and structure) are the way to go in the morning with cooler water temps.  As afternoon approaches, tandem dry rigs and dry-dropper rigs are working in just about every type of holding water.  Streamers […]

By |October 6th, 2014|Fishing Reports|