Fishing Reports | Flat Creek


Flat Creek is a legendary cutthroat trout stream two miles north of Jackson, lying in the National Elk Refuge. August 1st marks the opening of the National Elk Refuge section of Flat Creek. This section of Flat Creek has big fish, easy access, and really technical fishing similar to a spring creek due to gin clear water, zero bank cover and slow water speeds. Flat Creek holds trophy native Snake River Fine-Spotted cutthroats that are selective eaters and consistently spooky. A true “A-Game” and stalking environment, Flat Creek is a perfect fishery for those looking for a spring creek like experience in the Jackson Hole area.

Flat Creek Flows:

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Open – Flat Creek Fishing Report

Flat Creek Fishing Report

Flat Creek Fishing Report – (9.17.20)

Flat Creek in the National Elk Refuge is now open! Anglers should be ready with long leaders and light tippets when heading to Flat Creek. Keep your profile low! Look for the leftover Terrestrials to prominent as summer continues. BWOs, Mahoganies and Snake Drakes are out and about when cloudy and cooler. Don’t forget out stripping Craneflies due the bright afternoon periods.

Flat Creek Fishing Report

Flat Creek Fishing Resources:

– Flat Creek Fishing Regulations

– National Elk Refuge Fishing Information

– Purchase your Wyoming Fishing License Online