Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report- June 2, 2015

Wow, what a wet May we just wrapped up! The weather is somewhat improved but still a bit unsettled, this is overall good for our water needs and bodes well for an outstanding mid-late summer season. Our runoff is going strong in the Jackson Hole valley and with Jackson Lake at 100% the flows from the dam are 4500cfs for a few weeks I imagine. Lakes are the best target for early June in JH but the best fishing in the region is out of the valley on the Idaho side. 
Here the South Fork and Henry's Fork are in fine condition with healthy crowds daily. The SF is not at all in its prime season, that too happens in a few weeks but the river is running fairly low for early June(10,000cfs), we expect it to rise back to 13,000 soon after an unfortunate recovery is over--missing 38 yr old angler from Ogden, UT... remember these rivers are very dangerous, use extra caution always!
The SF is mostly a wet fly show but the Henry's Fork has some great hatches going on now, golden stones, drakes and PMD's. Check in with our friends at Worldcast or TroutHunter for the latest reports.

Jackson Lake love!

May fish tacos and smoked trout dip, the best!

Sublette County before the runoff hits


Popular Posts