Monthly Archives: %sSeptember 2016

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for September 30th 2016

Snake River

Still some very solid autumn fishing on the Snake, but there is some inconsistency from day to day and section to section. No question that the most consistent fishing has been on the middle reaches from Moose to South Park and on the lower reaches from South Park to Sheep Gulch.  The ramp down of flows started on September 28th and, as is typical, the fishing is best on these middle and lower reaches when flows are decreasing.  The dominant hatches have been the typical hecubas and mahogany duns for this time of year along with a decent […]

By |September 29th, 2016|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for September 17th, 2016

Snake River

There was a spell of inconsistency on the Snake for about a week, but with the return of cooler weather over the past few days, the river is back to its typical early autumn self. PMDs continue to emerge and we are seeing more mahogany duns and hecubas, as well as caddis.

Dry fly fishing is getting back to normal with surface action happening in riffles, seams, bankside troughs, and submerged structure. Fish has been best in the afternoon hours from about 12pm to 4pm, with more grabby fish being taken in the latter morning hours than after 4pm.

The […]

By |September 16th, 2016|Fishing Reports|

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for September 2nd, 2016

Snake River

No better place to be in the area right now than the Snake River. Mutant stoneflies continue to pop, there are more and hecubas around, and we are seeing our first mahogany duns of the year on those days with cloudy and precipitation.  Tricos are emerging strong on the tailwater reach below the dam and down in the canyon from South Park  down to West Table.  Add in the continuing hatches of grasshoppers and PMDs on every reach, and you have the ingredients for some great early autumn fishing.

Banks, structure, current margins, and riffles pools are prime targets […]

By |September 2nd, 2016|Fishing Reports|