Firehole River Wade – Yellowstone National Park
One of the most unique rivers to be found
Join us for a guided wading fishing trip on one of the most unique rivers anywhere. The Firehole River in Yellowstone Park is like no other river in the world. Here you can see wildlife, scenery, geysers, and cast a fly all in the same trip. There are a variety of water types, which makes the Firehole the perfect place for a beginner to learn the craft of fly fishing. With a guide beside you, you will learn all the intricacies of fly fishing.
Full Day Walk Wade Trip
- Rods, reels, and waders if needed
- Transportation to and from Jackson
- Delicious lunch
Per Boat: $675.00 for 2 people
Additional Person: $150 per person (if possible)
We begin guiding fly fishermen on the Firehole starting the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend (opening day). Because of the drive, be prepared to spend a full day.
For all the guided trips above we recommend bringing waders, rain gear, and ample warm clothing. The weather in Yellowstone can be quite variable and some of the best fishing can be found on overcast and cool days. Generally your guide will meet you at our store in downtown Jackson, but other arrangements can be made. All our trips include lunch, transportation, beverages, park entrance, and any loan rods.
You’ll just need to get a few flies, leaders and a Yellowstone fishing license. Cameras and binoculars are well worth bringing, because it is uncommon not to see Elk and Bison along the river.
Find current conditions for the Firehole River on our Firehole River Fishing Report.
What’s Biting and When
You’ll need the right fly for the right day. Our Hatch Chart can help you decide.
When to Fish
Lots of Options
We answer the question, “When’s the best time for fly fishing in Jackson Hole?” Hint: Always!
Current Fishing Conditions
What are the fish biting on today? View our latest Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report update!