Guided Trips

SNAKE RIVER,  Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The jewel of the quintessential West, the Snake River starts in Yellowstone Park as a small stream, then arrives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The Fine Spotted Snake River Cutthroat is the prize here. These fish are wild and love a dry fly! We fish with Wyoming Angling Company covering the section that goes between Jackson Lake Dam and Palisdales Dam. (When it leaves Palisades, in Idaho, it is referred to as the South Fork.)We like to fish this August through October. The colors of the fish mirror the changing colors of the cottonwood forest that makes this a special habitat area for Bald Eagles, Moose and yes, our wild fish.

brown troutSOUTH FORK OF THE SNAKE RIVER, Swan Valley, Idaho

The South Fork River is the section of the Snake that begins after Palisades Reservoir. Reel Women Leslie DalLago and Jennifer Cornell guide for Three Rivers Ranch, floating all sections of the South Fork. These day trips provide the angler with incredible fishing for Yellowstone Cutthroat, Rainbows and Brown Trout. It is most famed for multiple hatches and great dry fly fishing in the riffles. 

OVERNIGHT on the SNAKE RIVER, Swan Valley, Idaho

The canyon section of the South Fork is one of the last great overnight scenic trips in the west. Three Rivers Ranch along with their award winning guides and staff will provide an overnight camping experience that can only be compared to a night at the Ritz. The camp is nestled in the deep canyon surrounded by towering cottonwoods. An abundant variety of wildlife inhabits the canyon, Bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and plenty of moose to name a few.

TETON RIVER, Teton Valley, Idaho

With the view of the majestic Teton Mountains to the East of the river, the Teton River is a world-class fishery, and one of the last strongholds for the native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout outside of Yellowstone National Park.  The river flows northward through the mountain meadows of Teton Valley where spring creeks and sloughs enter the river.

HENRY’S FORK, Ashton/Island Park, Idaho

Henry’s Fork is famed for its dry fly hatches and several species of trout, including the sought after large wild rainbows and elusive brown trout. It encompasses 1.7 million acres and over 3,000 miles of rivers, streams and canals in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. The Henry’s Fork of the Snake River is one of true Meccas of the fly fishing world.

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