Fly Fishing on the Snake River

Fish the Snake River
Snake River

Snake River Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing on the Snake River is an Expeirence you won’t forget. This River is created by the confluence of three small creeks in Yellowstone National Park. Then the Snake River makes an impressive 1,078 mile journey from the corner of Western Wyoming, all the way to the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest.

Experience a unique and incredible scenic portion of this expansive river. The Snake River is just minutes away from the town of Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. Often called the ‘hatchery stretch, Wilson Bridge to South Park boating landing boasts a variety of bugs, birds, plant life, wildlife and more. From small midge in the spring to large stone flies in the fall, the Snake River Fine Spotted Cutthroat are sure to be biting.

This section of the Snake River is vast and braided, offering many “fishy” side channels. There is plenty of room for everyone to fish. The Snake River in Jackson Hole offers the “River Runs Through It” experience for beginners, experienced anglers, and anyone in between!

Fly Fishing the Snake River is great for all groups an experience levels. From small kids to life time anglers our professional guides are ready to get everyone on fish! Your guide will talk you through the whole process, from which bug is best for that time of day and year, to why the fish live in certain spots on the river. Then you will take a few minute for a casting lesson, learning how to maneuver the fly. Finally it is time to catch some fish!

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Please call 307-699-3986 to book. If you have any questions please contact us!