Fly Fishing Report-10/2/2011
To make up for a nasty spring the start to autumn has been more like mid summer here in Jackson Hole with most afternoons nearing 80! Our fall foliage is right on time as mornings start a bit cool and as the day quickly warms so does the fishing, peaking around noon and slowing after about 2pm considerably. This combination makes for some of the most pleasant and enjoyable conditions imaginable, a true delight fishing among the Tetons in late September.
The Snake River is in its top condition of the entire season and as river flows drop next week look for the action to pick up as trout drop out of side channels and main river channels slow enough to present smaller dries to the pods of cutthroats. BWO's & mahogany duns will be common on cloudy days and as this Indian Summer holds on ants and hoppers will still move some trout on the grassy banks.
Mira & Mayce showing off what the ladies can do, nice September Cutties!
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