Salt River – Fly Fishing Float
Salt River gives you a chance of catching a good size Brown Trout
The Salt River is a small intimate river with brushy banks that flows out of the Salt River Range through Star Valley, Wyoming and eventually empties into Palisades Reservoir. It has a good population of Cutthroat and Brown Trout, which average from 12 to 14 inches.
FULL DAY FLOAT TRIP
- Rods, reels, and waders if needed
- Transportation to and from Jackson
- Delicious lunch
Per Boat: $775.00 for 2 people
The Salt is a great place for a beginner to learn to fly fish. The casting is easy and you can usually cast large, easily seen dry flies, which always makes for a fun day of fly fishing. Cutthroat love to take flies on the surface so you will probably spend most of your time fishing dry flies.
The Salt also offers a good chance at catching a larger Brown Trout. All our trips include lunch, transportation, beverages, and any loan rods. You’ll just need to get a few flies, leaders, and a fishing license.
Cameras are well worth bringing to capture your day. This river does have numerous bug hatches, and when hit at the right time can be excellent fishing.
Find current conditions for the Salt River on our Salt 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!