October is coming to a close and like clockwork light snow has begun to fall and more to come in the forecast. With that the 2015 Guide season, sad to say, is a wrap. Afternoon temps are dropping quickly and are not expected to reach into the mid 40's next week, a clear sign the window is closing. For the ardent angler some local fishing still exists and the regions' tailwaters can be epic in November. Locally, on the Snake in JH, expect some midges and decent streamer fishing, especially in the afternoon. On other rivers with good brown trout populations expect spawning to pick up and the spotty streamer bite to be good to excellent. Please keep in mind that while wading pay close attention to spawning gravel and look for signs of redds, often in tailout zones where you wade.
Enjoy these photos from our recent guide outing.
|Fall brown trout never disappoint.|
|Ben putting the pressure on a canyon trout.|
|Josh Gallivan savoring a nice rainbow to hand.|
|Again the trout steals your heart, this what we love...wild!|
|Scott with a typical rainbow from the Horn in Wyoming.|
|Jeff Currier and Scott Smith closing the day with a double.|