South Fork of the Snake River Fishing Report 10/31/2019

snake river brown trout

Happy Halloween!  Today’s fishing report is a bit spooky as it will be our last weekly report of the year.  We’ll continue to post fishing updates when applicable due to flow changes, weather events, safety concerns on the river etc, but this will be the last Thursday afternoon update.  We hope you’ve enjoyed the fishing reports for 2019!  For more information, you can always follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Subscribe to our Newsletter (sign up at the bottom of this page).

It looks like the flows dropped on the South Fork just a few hours ago to 1,500 cfs.  This will further open up wade fishing opportunities and slow your float trips down.  The frigid weather this week kept most anglers away but with a slow warming trend and sunny skies, the fishing forecast is looking better this weekend.  A bit warmer temps should bring out the last of the BWO’s and the cold snap will have the Brown Trout on the move and aggressive to streamers.

We are still running a few cast and blast trips and day trips on the South Fork, though the fly shop, dining room, and lodge are now closed for the season.  Our day trips will continue through 2019 and beyond.  Give us a call to get out on the water.  Several of our guides have taken up residence near Pocatello to capitalize on the amazing fishing on the main stem of the Snake River.  Fall, Winter, and Spring are the prime times for this fishery and they are catching trophy-sized trout on a regular basis.  We are very fortunate to be able to guide on the special waters and want to share it with you.  Give us a call to learn more. 208.483.2222.

It’s been our pleasure to share these reports with you and owe a huge thank you to you our readers, guests, & friends.

 

 

 

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