Fly Fishing Report- Fall
What are the fish biting on today? Check back often for our latest Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report update!
September 29, 2019
The Snake River in Jackson Hole is quickly moving into a late fall pattern as flows are dropping and cooling. Once flows stabilize by October 4 expect excellent dry fly fishing in the afternoon until late in the month. If floating remember long stretches can be a burden as days grow shorter. Streamers and droppers should get the fish moving until the BWO and midge hatches occur. Enjoy this great resource and please take good care of our native trout, we are thankful… Stay safe!
Snake River Tributaries
Cold flows but some action late afternoon, try small cubbies, mahoganies and BWO’s.
No recent report but we bet its good, check out our friends at Worldcast or Westbank Anglers for the report.
Fishing has slowed with cold water but streamers and droppers can get the big cutts and browns lurking.
Teton Park Lakes
JACKSON LAKE: Closed until November 1.
JENNY LAKE: streamers!
Cold flows but good streamer and dropper action late morning. Afternoons can produce sporadic dry fly fishing on some sections, expect BWO’s and midges. Chance for a few hopper eaters still exists as well.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone Lake is slow in the fall but Lewis is turning on nicely with browns moving into inlet and outlet channels.