Wyoming's Top Guide Service Since 2001

Wyoming Fly Fishing

How It Works

Once you call us the process is actually quite simple. We will talk to you on the phone and answer any questions that you may have. Then you will pick your dates and make your reservation.

On the day of your trip we will meet you at your hotel or at a pre-arranged meeting spot. If you have already gotten your fishing license we will head straight to the river.

"I had a great day because of your patience, experience, expertise, and friendliness." -Tyler, Virginia

After rigging up the rods and the boat we will hit the water. If you are new to fishing, our expert (and very patient) guides will give you all of the instruction you need. Then it's on to Catching Fish!!!

Our day is spent floating down the river, fishing from the boat as well as stopping on shore to work to good holes. We have snacks and drinks on the boat, and on full day trips we stop for a delicious shore lunch.

At the end of the day we will load up the truck and drive you back to your hotel, where you can rest up for the next day's adventure.

Our company is small and therefore very flexible and more than happy to customize your trip to fit your needs.

Big Trout Fish

What You Need

Jackson Hole Anglers will supply just about everything you will need for a great day on the river. If you would like to use your own gear you can certainly supplement yours for ours

We Supply:

  • Fly Rods and Reels
  • Flies
  • Spinning Rods and Reels
  • Boats and Lifejackets
  • Professional Guide
  • Snacks and Beverages
  • Lunch (Full day Trips Only)
  • Transportation to River

"Thanks for a great Snake River experience, It was the highlight of our family vacation..." -Wayne, Wyoming

What you should bring:

  • A Jacket in case of foul weather
  • Shoes that can get wet
  • Any medications you need (insuline, epinephrine, etc.)
  • Any additional snacks or beverages you desire
  • Fishing License (available online)

If you have any questions or concerns about what to bring or what is supplied please give us a call and we will be happy to talk about your needs or concerns.

Waters We Fish

Snake River Wyoming Fishing

Running through the heart of Jackson Hole, The Snake River is one of the crown jewels of the U.S. Wild and Scenic Rivers program. It is a classic freestone river that is home to native Snake River Cutthroat Trout. The scenery is spectacular and the trout are plentiful with an average of over 800 fish per mile.

The Snake is a large river and is best fished by boat. We guide on a variety of different stretches of the Snake River, spanning over 40 miles. Most of the sections are calm, moving water with a variety of riffles, cut banks, deep pools, and long runs. There is also an 8 mile stretch of whitewater on the Snake that we guide on. Fishing through the whitewater canyon is an unforgettable experience.

The Snake River is typically fishable year round, with the exception of a brief period of spring run-off which tends to occur sometime during May or June.

Green River Fly Fishing

The Green River is home to some of the largest trout in the area. Just over an hours drive from Jackson, the Green offers beautiful western scenery, plentiful wildlife, and some of the best fishing on the planet.

Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Cutthroat Trout all call the Green River home. Some of them getting up to 25-30 inches! The Green is a small, intimate river, but still best fished by drift boat.

The season on the Green tends to be fairly short, from roughly June-August.

Wyoming Moose

About a 45 minute drive from Jackson is Wyoming's Salt River. The Salt is a small river, winding the rural and beautiful Star Valley. It is home to Brown, Rainbow, and Cutthroat Trout.

You can fish the Salt by either wading or floating. The trout here tend to hide in the myriad of brushy banks, swift riffles, and deep pools.

The season on the Salt River runs from June-November.

Fly Fishing Jackson Hole

Do you enjoy sight casting to 27" Brown Trout in Gin clear water? If you do, then our Private Spring Creeks are the water for you. For a rod fee of $150 per person (plus standard guide fee), we will take you to our beautiful ranch in the heart of Star Valley. There are multiple ponds, connected by a crystal clear creek, that are home to monster Brown Trout and Cutthroat Trout.

The ranch is about an hours drive from Jackson through the beautiful Snake River Canyon. Once there, you will enjoy easy wading and casting to selective fish that range from 14-27 inches!

The creeks are fishable year round, and our guides can put you onto these beautiful fish!

Yellowstone National Park is a huge area. Bigger than some states. Within it's boundaries lie a lifetime of fishing. Nowhere else in the world will you find such an amazing mix of wildlife, geothermal features, wilderness, and adventure. Days in Yellowstone tend to be long, tiring, and Awesome!

With the town of Jackson lying about an hour from the South Entrance to Yellowstone, we tend to focus on the waters in the southern part of the park. We have access to the very best fishing in Yellowstone National Park.

Lewis Lake

Fishing in Yellowstone

Lewis Lake is an unbelievable fishery about 1.5 hours north of Jackson. It is home to both Brown Trout and Lake Trout. Most of the fish we catch tend to be in the 16-22 inch range with some occasionally bigger. We use our drift boats with small outboard motors to navigate the lake. Focusing our fishing on flats and drop-offs, we catch fish here on a variety of nymphs and streamers and even occasionally on dries during the Brown Drake hatch. Lewis Lake is a great option for both kids and adults, beginners and advanved anglers alike. We typically fish Lewis Lake during June, July, and October.

Firehole River

Jackson Hole Activities

There are few fishing experiences on the planet like fishing the Firehole River. Listed in the book "Ten Places to Fly-Fish Before you Die", and just about every other list of the top fly fishing destinations, the Firehole is truly amazing.

Leaving Jackson, you will drive North for two hours, through two National Parks, before reaching the Firehole River. Once there, you are surrounded by Yellowstone's splendor. Geysers erupt around you, herds of bison and elk walk by, as wade into the these sparkling waters. If you can turn your attention away from all that, you will find plenty of Brown and Rainbow Trout to cast to. The fish in the Firehole tend not to be overly large, but the setting is like no place on earth.

Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Fishing

Yellowstone Lake is truly a world class fishery holding unbelievable trophy sized Cutthroat Trout. It is a large lake that is best fished by motor boat. Throughout the summer you can catch 19"-27" Cutthroat Trout on a variety of dries, nymphs, and streamers. Very few people ever get to experience the deep backcountry of Yellowstone. Fishing this lake it is one of the very best ways to see Yellowstone and catch trophy trout.

Fishing Report

June 21, 2024


Snake River

The Snake River has now passed it's spring runoff phase and it's on to summer! Water levels are steady and the clarity is improving daily. We are currently running trips on the Snake and having good success. Stoneflies are the most predominant hatch at this time of year and fishing a chubby with a rubberlegs dropper has been producing great results.

Green River

The Green is now at a great fishing level with excellent clarity. We are seeing good action on stoneflies and mayflies, particularily as the day warms. We are now approaching prime time on the Green.

Lewis Lake

Lewis Lake is open and providing excellent fishing. We are guiding on Lewis everyday right now and catching tons of quality trout. Leeches, Zebra Midges, and Pheasant tail nymphs are all top patterns right now. This is the time, get out and fish!

Firehole River

The Firehole River is now open and fishing well with caddis, pmds, and more. This river gets a lot of pressure but the scenery and wildlife make the trip more than worth it.

Lakes and Still Waters

Yellowstone Lake is open and fishing well. The large cuthroat are currently eating a variety of streamers and nymphs in the myriad of bays on the lake. The fishing will only get better and better as we move through June and July so call today to book this magical experience.

Snake River Tributaries

The tribs are now dropping and clearing. Some faster than others. Attractor patterns with a bead head dropper is the name of the game here.