Teton River Fishing Trips
- Price $500 Full Day
- Types of fish: Cutthroats and Rainbows
The Teton River is formed near Victor, Idaho near the Wyoming state line, by the convergence of several small creeks that descend from surrounding mountains. Several of these creeks, including Teton Creek and Darby Creek, descend from the western flank of the Tetons. The river flows north in a slow meandering course through a broad flat valley called the Teton basin (formerly known as “Pierre’s Hole“), flanked by the Teton Range to the east and the Big Hole Range to the west. After emerging from the north end of the Teton basin, the river enters the canyon section which provides great fly fishing opportunities. The canyon trip is a whitewater adventure that you will never forget!!
* Trips are with Three Rivers Ranch, a licensed Idaho Fly Fishing Outfitter.