Jefferson River fly fishing overview
During the late summer and early fall, a trip down the Jefferson River can be a trip you’ll remember for a lifetime. Due to low water conditions coupled with poor irrigation returns from area farmers, the Jefferson’s water temperature can be detrimental to sustaining large trout populations. This is unfortunate as it could be a true blue ribbon river, but there is one benefit – the fish in the Jefferson aren’t big by population numbers, but they can be huge in terms of size, and they see very little angling pressure. Throwing streamers all day can leave you with a sore arm, but a camera full of huge fish! Check with us to see if the Jefferson would be a productive option on your trip!