Snake River Fishing Report – (4.23.21)
The Snake’s flows are fluctuation but mostly clear. Flows are still at winter levels and stable at 280 cfs being discharged from Jackson Lake Dam. Expect those flows to change as warmer weather starts to melt some of our snowpack. Be sure to watch water levels and flows. With the recent warm weather, we’ve seen an uptick in our fishing opportunities on the Snake. We are starting to see some Skwalas here and there as well as Midges and leftover Capnia stonefiles. These bugs have been creating some dry fly fishing opportunities in slow water types including pools, eddies and recirculations. Look for fishing to get going as our days lengthen and warm up. Anglers can also find some good fishing opportunities up by Jackson Lake Dam by throwing streamers on intermediate and sink tip lines.
Snake River Fishing Resources:
Snake River Shuttles – Holly Frank-(307)-690-9390