Monthly Archives: %sOctober 2016

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for November 1st, 2016

Snake River

Fishing has been excellent on the Snake and this should continue for at least the next month if the current water and weather conditions remain the same. Look for blue-winged olives to be active as well as lots of chironomids.  We have also had a big increase in activity on the part of our October caddis.  There is noticeably more of them now then there was a couple of weeks ago.  Surface action has been best from about noon until 4pm.  On certain days there is activity on dry flies that starts earlier – approximately 11am.  The best […]

By |October 31st, 2016|Uncategorized|

Snake River Angler Fly Fishing Report for October 15th, 2016

Snake River

It certainly feels like October on the Snake. We have cool temps maxing out in the mid-60s and low, gin clear water.  Fishing has been solid over the past two weeks on the mid-reaches from Moose to South Park and just as good of fishing on the lower reaches from South Park down to Sheep Gulch.

Dry fly fishing is best from about 12pm until 5pm. It is a somewhat a tight window, but this five hour period is well worth exploring.  Mahogany duns, blue-winged olives, and a variety of caddis (including our fist October caddis of the year) […]

By |October 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|