Tag Archives: Jackson Hole Fly Fishing

Heating Up – Walk Wade Jackson Hole Fishing Report

Walk Wade Jackson Hole Fishing Report – (7.16.19) The Jackson Hole and Teton Valley area offer some great DIY wade fishing opportunities during the summer. Most tributaries are now dropping, clearing and stabilizing. Most may be too cold but should be in perfect shape in the next week. South Fork and Palisades Reservoir Tributaries: Open […]

Closed for the season – Flat Creek Fishing Report

Flat Creek Fishing Report – (7.16.19) Flat Creek in the National Elk Refuge is now closed until August 1st, 2019! Anglers looking for fly fishing option around Jackson, WY during the winter months should look at the Henry’s Fork, South Fork of the Snake and Snake Rivers. Flat Creek Fishing Resources: – Flat Creek Fishing […]

Getting Clear – Salt River Fishing Report

Salt River Fishing Report – (7.16.19) Summer now has its firm grasp on the Star Valley area of Wyoming. The Salt is dropping, clearing and stabilizing; conditions look great. Look for dry dropper fishing to come on strong and look for Drakes, Caddis, PMDs and Yellow Sallies to round out the mix. Dry fly fishing […]

Open – Yellowstone Fishing Report

Yellowstone Fishing Report – (7.16.19) Tthe fishing season in Yellowstone National Park is now open. Look for the Firehole, Gibbon and Madison to be your go to options in the mornings and evenigns for Yellowstone for the next weeks. Swinging soft hackles and small streamers can be very productive on the Firehole. Anglers may see […]

2015 Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Review

2015 Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Review: It is always a fun exercise to reflect up on the fly fishing year of the past, hence the 2015 Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Review. Our summer seasons fly by so fast, it is great to look back at the end of the year flip through our notes of […]

Early season fishing heats up!

With the recent warm weather, fishing has really picked up around the Jackson Hole and Teton Valley area.  The spring months can offer some of the best, unspoiled and unpressured fishing in the Rocky Mountain West.  Our rivers start to become alive again after a long winter.  Warmer days begin to increase water temperatures where […]