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Early Winter Season – Snake River Fishing Report

Snake River Fishing Report – (2.27.20) The Snake is stable, clear and can fish well during the winter months. Discharge from Jackson Lake Dam has been settled to winter flows of 280 cfs. Expect those flows for the next couple of months. For the early winter season expect leftover Baetis and Midges to be the […]

Snake River Drawdown Schedule

Below is the proposed drawdown schedule for the Snake River, obviously some things may change: Date – Time – Change in Flow – Ending Flow9/24/2012 0:00 2,1509/24/2012 8:00 -160 1,9909/24/2012 12:00 -160 1,8309/24/2012 16:00 -160 1,6709/25/2012 0:00 1,670 1,9109/25/2012 8:00 -140 1,5309/25/2012 12:00 -140 1,3909/25/2012 16:00 -140 1,2509/26/2012 0:00 1,250 1,4609/26/2012 8:00 -120 1,1309/26/2012 12:00 […]

Weekend Report 3.30.12!!!

Unlike the 2011 fishing season, spring has come early to our area and there has been allot of fishing to be done.  A quick update for fishing in the area this weekend. Snake River: Fishing has been excellent.  Mostly nymphing and limited dry action has been observed.  Skwallas should be right around the corner.  Streamers […]

Snake River to receive consistent flows this summer??

In spite of a light snowpack, a cool spring has delayed runoff and will result in stronger-than-expected water flows in June, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The agency operates the Jackson Lake Dam in Grand Teton National Park, which is the largest single influence on river flows. Bureau operation manager Mike Beus presented […]