Fly Fishing on the Salt River

Salt River fly fishing
Salt River

The Salt River
The Salt River is a 84 mile magnificent stretch of water that feeds from Mount Wagner in Afton. It through Lincoln County towards the Palisades and is about an hour south of Jackson. The river is home to large numbers of cutthroat trout that swim up from the Palisades. Large browns swim up the river in the fall which can make for exciting surprises.

Salt River fly fishing is primarily for intermediate to expert anglers. The current is swift and strong in many areas and there are several opportunities to snag a “willow bush” fish. It is thus extremely important to be an excellent cast to land your target perfectly.

We currently offer full day trips to the Salt River to allow for drive time down to this amazing stretch of fishing heaven! Our guides will pick and drop you off up at a local hotel in Jackson or Teton Village.

What’s included:

Flies, rods, reels, waders, tippet, and leaders included. Fly and Spinning outfits included. Boots and waders included for the colder times of the year. Extra rain gear and warm clothing is always on the boat. Cooler with ice full of waters and sodas. Guides cannot provide alcoholic beverages but clients are allowed to bring beverages if they would like.

Lunch included on a full day and snacks on a half day.

What is not included:

$14 fishing license.
Children 14 and under with a licensed adult do not need a license.

Clothing:

Hat and Sunglasses are a must. Sunglasses protect the eyes from the sun and any errand hooks. Long sleeves and pants can help with both the bugs and sun. Water shoes can be helpful, but if a person wants to keep their feet dry it is not a problem.

Cancellation Policy:

2 week cancellation policy. Full payment required to book a trip.

Salt River
Salt River