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New Fork River – Fly Fishing Float

The New Fork offers the challenge of a lifetime

Just about an hour south of Jackson Hole, flows the New Fork, a small, intimate stream with undercut banks and numerous brush piles which provide excellent cover for German Brown Trout and a large population of aerobatic rainbows. This is not a beginner’s river, but can provide some great fishing for an intermediate or advanced fly fisherman and the chance to catch a trophy Brown.


Trip Includes: 

  • Rods, reels, and waders if needed
  • Transportation to and from Jackson
  • Delicious lunch

Per Boat: $775.00 for 2 people

Additional Information

Since the New Fork is mostly on private land, there is no shore access and you will not see a lot of other boats here.

Our guides teach you how to work with nymphs and streamers and help you tie into some nice brown trout. For those who are experienced, the New Fork offers the challenge of a lifetime. See how well you fare on this exciting river.

Find current conditions for the New Fork River on our New Fork River Fishing Report.

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Hatch Chart

What’s Biting and When

You’ll need the right fly for the right day. Our Hatch Chart can help you decide.

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When to Fish

Lots of Options

We answer the question, “When’s the best time for fly fishing in Jackson Hole?” Hint: Always!

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Fishing Report

Current Fishing Conditions

What are the fish biting on today? View our latest Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Report update!