kind of the dog days of summer. use pmds, rusty spinners, caddis, and rubber legs with your favorite dropper. hoppers are also starting to do well.
the teton is money right now! fishin with hopper dropper set up. streamers are doing great to. go out and have fun!!
PMD’s, Drake, Golden Stone, caddis, Spinner Falls in the evening. Upper River starting to fish better. Look for heades up – try to pick what they they are eating – otherwise throw on your favorite dropper.
Flows are at 1,810 cfs
The Grey Drakes are out on the Henry’s Fork
Salmon Flies are here! Swing in the shop and we’ll get you set up with everything you need to get into some fish. The fish are still keying in on the stonefly nymphs but should start looking up to the surface soon. Your best bet is to throw your favorite salmon fly pattern dropping a rubber legs off the bottom.
The warm river is running a little high due to all the recent rain but is continuing to fish great. Look for fish to be holding in their regular spots (riffles and pocket water) and don’t be afraid to throw a salmon fly at the bank. Probably your best option for getting into some fish right now.
The Box canyone is running high around 2,000 CFS but the flows have been stable for a few days and you should be able to pick up some fish. The river from the confluence with warm river is high and off color. Throw streamers at the slower banks where fish will be holding. You can also nymph with a rubber legs. Fish are really starting to key in on the stonefly nymphs as they are starting to crawl.
Still running high and off color. Look for fish to be holding in eddies and other slow water areas. Throw a streamer through the eddies or nymph deep with a rubber legs.
As the flows continue to drop and stabilize fishing should continue to get better. Look for caddis to be coming off. If nothing is happening on top, nymphs and streamers will work as well. Rubber legs, standard nymph patterns, and sculpin patterns have all been producing fish.
The warm river continues to fish great and is the best option during the spring runoff. The water is running a little high but clarity is pretty decent. A few salmon flies are starting to come off and the fish are really keying in on rubber legs type patterns. Dropping a hares ear off of a stonefly pattern will increase your chances of hooking into some fish.
Still fishing good with nymphs below, caddis on top. Water slightly off-color, but fishing along banks of slower water and riffles is productive. More salmon flies spotted.
The Warm River is continuing to fish well with some fish up on caddis. Continue throwing nymphs if nothing is happening up top and you should be able to catch plenty of fish. Also, a salmonfly was seen on one of the bridges yesterday, so the hatch should be just around the corner!
Despite the rising flows on most of our other rivers, the warm river has been fishing great. With the warmer weather, fish have moved into their normal holding spots so look for riffles and flats. A rubber legs dropped with a hare’s ear hs been working great. Even though they usually aren’t huge, there are plenty of fish to be caught.
Fish have been up on caddis. If you can’t find any fish rising, nymph with a rubber legs or one of your standard nymphs (hare’s ear, pheasant tail, prince nymph) and drop a midge off of it. Probably your best bet for catching fish right now with all the other rivers running so high.