Late Fall Fishing Report for the South Fork, Henry’s Fork and Teton

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Teton River Fishing Report

S. Leigh (Valley) – 253 CFS St. Anthony – 450 CFS.

The river is low and clear. Nymphing or dry-dropper is productive until about 1 pm when the Baetis and Pseudo mayflies start to hatch. Look for rising fish in the usual baetis type of water. Small tactical nymphs are your best bets before the hatch arrives.

South Fork of the Snake River Fishing Report

Irwin – 977 CFS Heise – 1410 CFS Lorenzo – 838 CFS

The river is now resting at its winter flows. Concentrate on winter holding spots, not summer spots. There have been decent baetis and pseudo hatches around 1 pm lasting until dark. Concentrate on these zones. The river is completely floatable but will look vastly different. Nymphing and streamers have also been productive. Try a mixture of rubber legs, eggs, baetis nymphs, and small tactical nymphs. Just make sure to fish the correct type of water. The whole river is now wade accessible.

Henry’s Fork of the Snake River Fishing Report

Box Canyon – 152 CFS Ashton – 939 CFS

It’s a great time to fish the Henry’s. Nymphing and streamers will produce until the baetis, and pseudo hatches arrive around 1:30. Deeper nymph rigs with rubber legs, eggs, baetis nymphs, and small tactical nymphs will be your best bets. Everywhere is wade accessible. But you can also still float the lower river easily. Stop by our shop for more information and enjoy this mild weather. Have fun fishing and catch a big one!!!

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