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Snake River Flows to drop on 9/30/13

  As summer leaves Jackson Hole and Teton Valley, fall arrives with open and welcome arms.  Day time temperatures as decreasing, we are receiving precipitation and gone are the days of the heat and dryness.  Fishing has improved with the cooler water temps as fish get ready for the long winter ahead.  This also means […]

Smoke Surrounding Teton Valley and Jackson Hole!

With the consistant hot temperatures, afternoon thunderstorms, and dry conditions; we are experiencing some incredibly beautiful sunrises and sunsets due to the addition of smoke in our atmosphere from wildfires around the region.  The Jackson Hole and Teton Valley area are under a red flag warning for most afternoons.  What does this mean?  The National […]

South Fork Fires Up! Teton and Snake Fishing Well!

  It’s that time of year.  The time of year we all wait for and dream about during the winter months, early spring days on the water and early summer season.  The South Fork Salmonflies have made their way up to the Upper sections of the South Fork.  PMDs, Goldens, and Yellow Sallies are all […]

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 […]

Something Fishy!!!

Something Fishy: “Shocking” Data from the Teton Watershed During the summer of 2010, Friends of the Teton River partnered with Idaho Fish & Game, Wyoming Game & Fish, the US Forest Service, and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to complete extensive fisheries research in the Teton Watershed.  Results of this research, and their implications for the […]