The Snake River should now be considered a destination during through November. With dropping flows and seasonal cooling fish are not only more active, but more approachable. The river from Blackfoot to American Falls Reservoir is hosting record sized rainbows coming out of the reservoir. Streamers, wooly bugger and San Juan types fished deeply as possible give the best chance to encounter them. Within the next few days, if not already, the snowflake dun hatch will attract trout in the same reach of river. Look for BWO activity throughout on overcast days, and terrestrial patterns will be effective for several weeks to come. We have word of a 29-inch cutthroat being caught just below Am. Falls Dam on a fly. So don’t overlook that part of the river! To get more information on this great seasonal fishery get in touch with us or stop in.