We fish 5 sections of this great river in Idaho from Palisades dam to the confluence of the Henry’s Fork. Each stretch of the river has its own unique personality. Browns dominate the lower sections, while cutthroat and rainbow are predominantly found on the other sections of the river.
On the upper stretches of the meadow and willow lined Teton River in Idaho, one becomes entranced by all the beauty it offers. Many different wildlife from swans to moose call the river home. The canyon sections of the Teton river hold three different floats. These are not to be missed. This is surely, one of the great spring creek rivers of the world.
Each year, the ‘Fork’ in Idaho is the first major river in the region to clear up from run-off. Each year the ‘Fork’ also produces the largest trophy rainbows on dry flies. The world’s heaviest hatch of giant salmon flies comes off in late May on this river. From then until late June, is the perfect time to catch monster rainbows and browns on size 4 dry flies.
We also have outstanding duck hunting. The opener is the first or second Saturday of October. With 10 private blinds located on the Teton River and adjoining sloughs we offer a tremendous waterfowl opportunity. Waders and camo are a must. After the morning shoot you may choose to go fishing or grouse hunting and then back out for an evening duck shoot.