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Blog Post BY walt_gasson ON May 6, 2015 - 2 COMMENTS
The Walt Report 050615.1
Blog Post BY walt_gasson ON May 2, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
The Walt Report 050215.1
Wanna fish the Snake? You can do that - a little...
Blog Post BY walt_gasson ON May 1, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
The Walt Report - 050115.1
From our friend Jason Balogh at Fish the Fly here in Jackson. Good news!
It's all about options. The South Fork, the Henry's Fork and fishing in the shadow of Mount Moran...
Because no one comes to a meeting in Jackson just to go to a meeting...
The annual Orvis Guide Rendezvous in Missoula, MT is where the best guides, outfitters and lodge owners and operators get together once a year to celebrate, network and learn. Needless to say, it’s a tough crowd. But there were more than a few teary eyes last Friday night when TU Business member [ READ MORE... ]
Blog Post BY walt_gasson ON April 29, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
What about the South Fork?
The spring fishing season is now officially here for the next couple of months. Water managers are beginning to make room in Palisades Reservoir for snow melt and run off. Flows were increased to 12,300 cfs have stabilized over the past couple of days. As the water warms up due to our warm [ READ MORE... ]
Nope! With the highs returning to the upper 60′s and mid-70′s this week, expect the Snake to have a very brown tint by the weekend. If the Snake River is your only option for fishing in the near future, the best place to find clean water to fish will be from the Jackson Lake Dam downstream to [ READ MORE... ]
Blog Post BY walt_gasson ON April 28, 2015 - 1 COMMENTS
Weather - or not...
Bring layers. Bring rain gear. And remember that old Wyoming ad agency: "If you don't like the weather, hang around for ten minutes. It'll change."
The weather outlook for the Jackson Hole valley looks to be about perfect over the next couple of weeks for fishing on the Snake River. Highs in the mid-50’s and overnight lows in the 20’s should keep the water clear and fishable for the foreseeable future. There still good hatches of Baetis in [ READ MORE... ]