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Snake River Flows Reduced

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced plans to reduce flows coming from Jackson Lake Dam into the Snake River early, starting on Sept. 24. The water cuts will go from 2,100 cubic feet per second to 300 cfs by late September. Scenic rafting companies will most likely be forced to end their season earlier than previously expected.

The South Fork of the Snake River will also see reduced flows from the Palisades Dam later this month. Now’s the time to float both stretches of the Snake River!

Jackson Lake Dam near Moran Junction

5 Day CFS Summary for the Jackson Lake Dam near Moran Junction


Fish The Fly Guide Report

Information provided by Jason “JB” Balogh, lead guide at Fish The Fly in Jackson Wyoming. Fish The Fly offers drift float and backcountry fly fishing trips in the Greater Teton Region as well as scenic wooden boat floats on the Snake River.

Snake River Fly Fishing Report

Fall weather has arrived in Jackson Hole and we are excited to see it! This means cooler water temperatures and happy trout. Water temperatures are ranging between 52 and 61 degrees, which is great for Mayfly hatches. We are seeing Hecubas, Mahogany and Blue Duns, Blue-winged Olives, and PMD’s. Riffle fishing has been on fire!

Big stonefly patterns are still producing and will continue to do so into October. They are a great choice if you’re on the water early and again in the evening. Flying Ants have been awesome and are my go to for the riffles in the afternoons after hatch time.

Flows from Palisades Dam will be decreased starting September 24th, so now is a great time to get out and float!

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