We are seeing very healthy flows on The South Fork, Henry’s Fork, and Snake rivers right now. The Teton is still in great shape and fishing very well. On the South Fork, we have been seeing good hatches of PMD’s, Golden Stones, and yellow sallies; hoppers will be a good option in the days to come also. Dry fly fishing on the Teton and it’s tributaries has been excellent – big foam flies like Chernobyl Ants, Water Walkers, and Fat Alberts have all been producing well. The Snake in Wyoming has been fishing very well as of late, and dry fly fishing is really beginning to take off. Smaller PMX and Stimulators have been bringing plenty of Cutthroat to the net. If you’re in the Jackson area, you may also consider making a trip up the Hoback or Gros Ventre rivers, both of which are fishing well. Flat Creek on the National Elk Refuge opens on August 1, adding yet another fishing option for anglers. There’s lots of water available to area anglers right now, so get out there while you can!