Most rivers in the area have reached their peak run-off flows and are slowly but surely beginning to drop. The Snake River in our Jackson Hole Valley is still off color and high, but the flows out of the dam have been reduced and the section from Jackson Lake dam to Pacific Creek is clear. Spring storms and hot weather down on the Green River below Warren Bridge have spiked the flows to 2350 cfs. We are hopeful that this is the last big push of snowmelt and that the river will begin to drop and clear, great fishing is right around the corner on the Green. The flows on the South Fork of the Snake River were just raised and are now coming out of the dam at 16500 cfs, these flows are making fishing tough on the upper stretches of the South Fork. The Firehole River in Yellowstone National park has seen a great first month of fishing, with good reports continuing to roll in daily. Yellowstone Lake and Lewis Lake have also been fishing well and are two great options within driving distance of the Jackson Hole Valley. Summertime is here, there is a lot of activity at the shop, so come by and see us!