Sunday, August 11, 2013
Fishing continues to be very good for the time being. I've really only been on the Snake River recently as it seems to be fishing the best. I've heard that the South Fork is warm and off color and the Green River and the New Fork are way too low to fish right now. The Snake is fishing well with dry flies but streamers can also be a very good choice. I actually had a very large fish take another fish off of a client's line just a few days ago. Fishing has been pretty good throughout the day but I would say that the morning is generally better. Here are a few pictures of a fat 18incher that my client Enoch Snyder caught this past week.
Sunday, August 4, 2013
Fishing on the Snake River is still very good at the moment. The flows are still very high but they did drop this river by 500cfs on August first. This has helped the fishing significantly and also made the rowing alot less strenuous. Early morning has been the best with thde fishing starting to taper off later in the afternoon. Dry flies are the name of the game but nymph dropper and streamers are a good addition. Here are a few pics from the past few weeks. Many of them are from the Green River but I had delayed posting them until now. At this point the green is too low to float and I doubt I'll be able to float it until the fall when they stop irrigating. Oh, on a side note the South Fork has not been fishing very well recently. The reservoir is way drawn down causing the South Fork to be warm and off color. On the plus side this should make for some good fall fishing over there.