Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Guide Report- July Heats Up!
With all the hot weather throughout the west and in the Jackson Hole region follows some hot summer fly fishing! Hatches are strong everywhere and hoppers are beginning to fly among the rocks and grass. On the Snake River sallies and golden stones are common enough to have every trout under 13" feeding voraciously and with reckless abandon. The larger trout are nymphing as is the case most years at this time. Some days you may move a few large cuttys with the dries but most days its fast action from the juveniles. Keep in mind this will change any day and you don't want to miss that early surface grab from our chunky 18" cutthroats.
|Boating some super hot and hefty rainbows all across the region, what a gamefish!|
Other hatches in the area include grey drakes, pmd's, sallies, golden stones and caddis. As far as I can see with the fishing its on! This is the time of year when its tough to be everywhere at once, its all going off... South Fork, Green, Snake and the Wind. As water temps rise in the afternoon, especially on the Green, please take extra time in releasing your catch- and if gets above 68-69 degrees, call it a day!