Spent three days on the Jackson River guiding a group of five for trout. The anglers were from up and down the east coast. The Jackson fished a bit slow this trip but all anglers caught fish each day some more than others. The highlights of the trip was a 17 inch brown and a 15 inch brown caught on nymphs. I saw a few fish rising to October caddis and there was a small blue winged olive hatch each day but not enough bugs to get them going on the surface. The flies that produced the best action were Psycho Prince nymph in olive, San Juan Worm in red, and a olive Micro Mayfly nymph.