Premier Local Guiding Backed by 40+ Years of Regional Fly Fishing Experience
With the help of local guides who live in the Jackson Hole community year-round, traverse the ins and outs of this fly fishing paradise, allowing you to reel in the biggest catches while taking in the stunning natural beauty of the Grand Tetons.
Teton Troutfitters is authorized to provide river guiding services over more than 30 miles of the upper snake river as a current holder of a permit from the Bridger Teton National Forest. As a result, we can tailor each trip to the angler’s ability level and the conditions at the time. This magnificent river is home to many cutthroat trout as well as bald eagles, osprey, moose, otters, and vistas of the mountains. Native cutthroat trout are found on cut banks and log jams throughout the upper Snake River’s braided channels. We provide full-day and half-day fishing excursions in these areas.
Our curriculum includes casting instruction, and our fishing guides are able to work with beginners or more seasoned anglers to improve their skills.
The Salt River offers superb trout habitat, breathtaking scenery, and a thriving fish population as it flows from the east into Palisades Reservoir. The native cutthroat rising to dried flies in this river are renowned for being especially voracious. This river’s several portions offer a variety of water for fishing.
Brown, rainbow, and cutthroat trout can be found in this significant tributary of the Green River. A precise presentation is necessary to attract these picky fish to eat on the New Fork, a little river similar to the Green. For the greatest experience, our guides have a lot of expertise in navigating this treacherous water.
An excellent environment for raising the fish of a lifetime is provided by its undercut banks and apparently infinite bends.
The Green River, which is only 45 miles from Jackson, offers a ton of fantastic fishing chances. Although the autumn fishing on this freestone river is also fantastic, the finest fishing is in the early summer months of June and July. Every fisherman who visits these waterways has the opportunity to capture the fish of a lifetime since there are so many different trout species to target.
This is definitely a trophy trout trip, as antelope herds and the Wind River Range welcome you as you approach the river.
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with The Riverbend Project, a remarkable local non-profit organization with a heartwarming mission; offering individuals and families facing cancer the incredible opportunity to find peace, connection, and solace amidst the stunning wilderness of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The Teton Troutfitters team, equipped with an unparalleled passion for the art of fly fishing and a deep appreciation for nature’s tranquility, stands shoulder-to-shoulder with The Riverbend Project, offering the guidance of their seasoned anglers twice a year during The Riverbend Projects fly fishing retreats.
Together, we cast our hopes upon the waters, creating ripples of joy and serenity that last a lifetime.
We only work with local guides who live in the Jackson Hole community year-round. This means our guides are knowledgeable about local issues and attend local clinics to update and augment their knowledge. Our guides are also involved in this community, participating in events such as the “Summit on the Snake” and Game & Fish meetings.
We primarily concentrate on the upper sections of local rivers to find the clean, clear water that trouts fishing requires, teaching you everything you need to know about fly fishing, from casting to tying flies along the way!