2017 Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Summary and Photo Gallery

Each Spring it seems as if the fishing season comes on fast and for about 4 or 5 months all hell breaks loose and your life is swallowed by demands from work, family, clients, administrative, gear maintainence and last but not least, personal quiet and fun family time (the later two for me are the most important and are essential to getting the others done). When it all begins to settle in October you come up for air and luckily the best of the season is then upon you and you realize how fortunate you are to be deep into a culture and lifestyle that affords you to be on some of the best trout water in the country. I took the season off from writing short blogs and fishing reports this year but I took more photos than I do on average and for me capturing these images from daily adventures is worth a million words. I do hope everyone had a great season and please, if you find yourself on this page/blogsite and like what you see feel free to share as you wish or leave a comment. Enjoy!

High water most of the Spring kept our brownies fat!

Tim Babich from South Africa with an early July rainbow.

Tim, again with the hot hand and a handsome brown trout.

Never get tired of those spots and colors!

Good friend, John Campbell found a good one.

Victor, with a late evening sipper.

Again the McClure boys heat up the Green River.

What a day they had!

High water streamer action at its best.

Green Drakes

The Snake River produced some fat trout as the summer progressed.

The fleet for just about anything!

John Marion with a nice Sublette Co. rainbow.

The gorgeous Salt River.

Trico hatch in full swing, going to be a good day!

Classic upper Snake River views.

Steve with a native Finespot on a dry fly.

Wind River brownie.

Hopper eater in early September.

Matt Lenzen with a nice evening cutty just above Deadmans bar.

Native cutthroat boatside release.

GTFF guide, Neil Chamberlin with a nice Jackson lake cutty.

Neil again with a stunning brown from Jackson Lake.

Drew Cosby had an epic day this day, thanks to leeches and grass line trout.

Nice late September brown from Jackson Lake.

Josh Gallivan crushing it on a day off.

Nothing better than a back lit adipose fin.

Scott Smith on his favorite section of the Snake River.

JG with a fall hog Cutty.

SS got the brown of the day, Snake River, Wyoming!

Jenn McLucas from NC loving our fall fishing!

Erica Lee from LA nailing the last best day in October, next day snowed 12"!

Dave Smith with a real stunner from the lower Green River, WY.

Fall trip with Jeff Currier and the guides from GTFF.

Showing some local friends a fine late season day, hate to see it end.

Jackson Lake reopens November 1st to some winter like conditions, will the lake trout play today?


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