Snake River Angler

Snake River Angler
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Address 185 N Center St
Jackson, WY, US
Websitehttp://www.snakeriverangler.com/
Phone(307) 733-3699
Emailinfo@snakeriverangler.com
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About Snake River Angler

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Founded by long time Valley native, Will Dornan, Snake River Angler and Scenic Float Trips offers a variety of outdoor activities for people of all ages. We offer scenic float trips from Grand Teton National Park to Bridger Teton National Forest on the majestic Snake River. We also offer guided fly fishing trips and fly tying and casting lessons. 


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By Seamus on 4/13/2024 8:59:40 PM • Views (3)
Snake River Winter flows continue from Jackson Lake Dam.  Good fishing is being had from Wilson Bridge down to Sheep Gulch.  Surface action with midge and neomura patterns is best from around 11:30 am until 4pm when targeting riffles submerged struc...

By Seamus on 3/30/2024 5:53:40 PM • Views (3)
Snake River Midge activity remains strong and is at its strongest between 1pm and 4pm.  Winter stones – Neumora – continue to pop and emergences are stronger now as opposed to two weeks ago.  Some days they outnumber midges. The best surface action...

By Seamus on 3/15/2024 9:37:34 PM • Views (2)
Snake River Warming water and air temps continue to spark midge hatches and we are starting to see our first tiny winter stones of the year.  Ledge rock pools and eddies remain key holding water types to target but riffles and seams are becoming mor...

By Seamus on 2/24/2024 10:37:18 PM • Views (5)
Snake River It’s midge fest on the Snake with clusters and mating midges being as dominant as individuals.  Surface action is there but not often enough to get action consistently on the surface.  When it does happen it has been in a tight window fr...

By Seamus on 2/7/2024 7:28:28 PM • Views (7)
Snake River Ledge rock pools deep eddies and the slow current margins of seams are ideal water types to focus on from around 10am to 4pm with nymphs and a tight window of 1:30pm to 3pm with surface flies.  Nymphs fished shallow – two to three feet o...

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