Spring Fly fishing on the South Fork of the Snake June 3rd, 2012

We have three boats out on the water today and Jaason just sent this picture in from the river with Bill & Kay Jones.  A hot healthy 25 inch brown  trout that ate one of Jaason’s streamers.  The flows have dropped to nearly 10,000 cfs. from 11,000 cfs.  They are holding steady and the water is gin clear as you can see in the photo.   Not much dry action yet but good nymph and streamer fishing.  Midge nymph’s and zebra midges.  Also, big, hairy, scary flies that you can strip and would hurt really bad if you hit yourself.  Light colored.

Okay, go getem.

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