IDAHO FLY FISHING

Cast away in an idyllic country setting filled with valley reservoirs, broad scenic rivers, high-mountain streams, and alpine lakes. Idaho fly fishing in Teton Valley gives you trout fishing hotspots of many shapes and sizes.

Oh, and lots of trout.

Grab your Idaho fishing license and hit the following rivers on a rewarding walk and wade or fun-filled floats. Guided tours available through various fly fishing outfitters.

Henry’s Fork of the Snake River
Mellow out on a calm stretch of water between Island Park and Ashton. Expect to catch beautiful browns and rainbows. Open to fishing between May and October.

The South Fork of the Snake River
Ease out of Palisades Reservoir onto a river segment known for wild and native Snake River cutthroat, rainbows, and browns. Open to fishing year-round.

Snake River south of Jackson
Catch spotted cutthroat in the scenic Snake River Canyon just south of Jackson from May through October.

The Salt River
Test your hand at the year-round coldwater fishing on the Salt River. The Salt River runs through Star Valley just southwest of Jackson.

The Teton River
Watch migrating birds in a river known for its trout fishing at the northern end of Teton Valley, Idaho.

The Fall River
Stop at the beautiful Cave Falls, then head upstream for great rainbow trout fishing. Only 20 miles east of Ashton, Idaho you'll find yourself on the eastern fringe of Yellowstone. And yes, the fishing is that good.

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Fishing permits are available at a number of fishing shops and gas stations. Contact the following outfitters or shops for info on trips and general fishing questions: