Snake River Fishing Report – (12.23.21)
The Snake River flows are around 280 cfs, expect those flows for the winter season. Winter can be a good time to fish the Snake. With little snow found in the valley, access has been really easy. Look for midges to be the main hatch for the next couple of months and don’t be surprised if you see some fish feeding on the surface. Fish will be found in their winter water; slow recirculating eddies and pockets, deep slow holes and slow inside bends and slots. Concentrate on the warmest parts of the days and keeping your flies low and slow. Anglers can usually find a lake trout stuck in the Jackson Lake Dam discharge pools. Try an intermediate fly line or light sink tip paired with a clouser minnow, kreelex or something white. Remember: in Grand Teton National Park, the Snake River is closed to floating and public entry each year, December 15 to April 1 from the Buffalo Fork confluence south to Menors Ferry.
Snake River Fishing Resources:
Snake River Shuttles – (307)-699-3204