Fishing Reports | Teton River

TetonReportLocated half way between the South Fork and Henry’s Fork, the Teton is an undiscovered gem often ignored by anglers heading to the more popular fisheries. On good days, the Teton River greatly outshines both of its stellar sister rivers by providing exceptional dry fly fishing.  The upper Teton reach is a magical 25 mile section, with only a few licensed outfitters able to guide its waters. Long, winding stretches of deep cool trout water meander thru the willow, sage and aspen laden Teton Valley.  The lower Teton offers big whitewater and wild rapids on it’s way to the confluence with the Henry’s Fork.  Some of the largest cutthroats in the state of Idaho can be found in the inaccessible canyon reaches and lower river portions of the Teton watershed.

 

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Opening Up – Teton River Fishing Report

Teton River Fishing Report

Teton River Fishing Report – (3.30.21)

The Teton River thawing out from our warm days. Slower water areas are breaking free of ice. Water levels and clarity is changing day by day. Cold clear nights calms everything down while warm days and nights are showing to decrease water clarity. South Bates, Bates, Rainey and Packsaddle are all accessible. The Old Dam and Lower River is still snowed it. Fishing opportunities can present themselves but you options are going to be limited. Anglers can find ok dry fly fishing options with midges and nymphing deep holes with SJ Worms and small bead head nymphs. Cloudy, overcast, warm and calm are the keys to the spring fly fishing days.

Teton River Fishing Report

Teton River Fishing Resources:

Teton River Fishing Regulations – Upper Snake River Region

Teton River Float Map

Purchase your Idaho Fishing License Online

Purchase your Idaho AIS Boating Decal

Teton River Shuttles – Seaton Shuttles (208)-317-9682