Jackson Hole’s World-Class Fly Fishing Rivers
Memorable float trips, magical wildlife encounters, and the best dry fly fishing in the U.S.
Build the perfect fly fishing memories with “custom” river experiences catered to your wishes, timing, and skill level.
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Need a quick trip that gets you to the airport on time but still puts you in some of the most majestic places you’ll ever see? Let’s do it.
From a memorable float on the Snake River underneath the majestic mountains of Grand Teton National Park to the banks of the Firehole River in Yellowstone to off-the-beaten path angling few will ever enjoy, we have the perfect trip for you.
Cast dry flies from a precision-placed drift boat with a Teton view
Something to love for everyone: Magnificent views of the always-changing Tetons. Incomparable dry fly fishing with wild and native Snake River Finespotted Cutthroat Trout. Spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. There’s no better river suited to both beginner or expert fly fishermen anywhere. Our most requested float trip.
Fly fish your way through a remote basin filled with wildlife
Green River is a trophy Brown and Rainbow Trout fishery that passes through private land an hour south of Jackson Hole. Consistent views of the rugged Wind River Range complement the excellent dry fly fishing you can expect starting in late June. Access to 75 miles of water, allowing us to match a section to conditions, hatches, and your angling abilities.
The fly fishing challenge of a lifetime for experienced anglers
An intimate stream flowing out of Wyoming’s Wind River Range an hour south of Jackson Hole. Undercut banks and plentiful brush piles provide cover for German Brown Trout and a large population of rainbows. Learn to work nymphs and streamers for your chance at a trophy brown during a rewarding day floating on a remote river.
Easy, exciting dry fly fishing on intimate mountain valley river
A perfect trip for a beginner to learn to fly fish with dry flies that make for a fun, engaging fishing trip. The Salt River runs out of the Salt River Range through Star Valley, Wyoming before emptying into the Palisades Reservoir. Fish a strong population of cutthroat and browns that love to take flies on the surface, especially during the river’s numerous bug hatches.
Geysers, scenery, wildlife, and fly fishing – in one magical day
One of the most unique rivers anywhere with a variety of water types conducive to learning how to fly fish. On this guided fishing trip into the heart of Yellowstone, you’ll spend a full day in a picturesque river teeming with wildlife. Bring a camera and binoculars, because sometimes you won’t know whether to pay more attention to the plentiful fish, the picturesque surroundings, or the elk, bison, and other big game you’re likely to see.
Relaxing fly fishing or spin fishing in a pristine lake float
If you like to vary your fishing between fly fishing and spin fishing, a guided Lewis Lake float will suit you well. Throw a dry fly at a cruising trout, fish with sinking lines, or even bust out the spinner rod, depending on conditions in the glassy clear waters. Truly great lake fishing in Yellowstone’s pure-air environment.
Big fish, big water, big possibilities in an iconic, geyser-ringed lake
The average fish pulled from Yellowstone Lake measures 19 inches. Geysers and thermal features dot the lake’s shores in places across 280 square miles. This lake is a prime breeding ground for fish throughout the Yellowstone ecosystem, including the world’s largest population of inland Cutthroat trout. The perfect place to practice wet or dry fly fishing or even spin fishing, depending on conditions and timing.