Fly fishing in Jackson Hole is a once in a lifetime experience for visitors. Legendary fishing combined with breathtaking views make for a pleasurable day floating down the world class Snake River. The river provides great opportunities for people of all fishing skill levels. Whether a beginner or expert fisherman, our experienced fishing guides will help lead you to the best locations for landing the perfect fish. There are several fish species that populate the Snake River such as rainbow, brook and the Snake River cutthroat trout.
Fly Fishing Jackson Hole – How it Works
We offer either half or full days trips. Our drift boats are big enough to hold two people plus a guide to ensure there is enough space for each person.
As you quietly float down the river, your experienced guide will be on hand to give you any technique tips you may want. For beginners, your guide can give you a quick lesson on the basics to get you catching fish in no time.
Please note, all fishing in Jackson Hole is on a catch and release basis to maintain a healthy population of wild trout for generations to come. Please respect this and do not ask your guide to keep a fish as by law, they will have to say no to you.
Fly fishing in Jackson Hole is on any serious fisherman’s bucket list. If you feel your experience fly fishing would be improved by having lessons prior to your tour, please let us know. We can organize fly fishing lessons for you from some of the best fly fisherman guides in Jackson. We can help you improve your technique in a matter of a couple hours.
Jackson Hole Fly Fishing School
Your Jackson Hole fly fishing guide will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back at the end of the day. They will advise you on the best locations according to fishing conditions, which will depend on where the most active fish are and if any hatches have gone off.
Throughout the day, your guide will support you wherever needed and maneuver your boat to put you on the best fishing holes, log jams and root balls they can find, as this is where the big fish are lurching.
Half day trips cost between $395-$465; full day trips cost between $550-$660. There may also be an additional option for a 2-4 hours lesson on land or riverbank prior to your trip for $120-$325. Price is dependent on the number of participants and duration.
Fly fishing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a lifelong dream for many fishermen. Summer months get extremely busy and it’s strongly recommended to book well in advance. Many people wish to fly fish in the Grand Teton National Park, and this tour especially gets sold out. To save disappointment, please book early.