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FLYFISHING IN IDAHO
As a neighbor of Oregon and Montana, Idaho is often the forgotten state in my portfolio of flyfishing destinations. But I have experienced many great days on the myriad of flyfishing streams in this state known for big potatoes as well as big trout!
In fact, my first fishing experiences as a child were in the panhandle of Idaho on the pass between Kamiah and Missoula called Lolo. I've since fished the Selway, Locksaw, Clearwater, Salmon, S.Fk. Boise, Big Wood, Silver Creek, Henry's and South Forks of the Snake River, and a host of tiny streams in this flyfishing paradise. All of them have one thing in common - hungry rainbows, browns, and cutthroats.
At this point in time, we have listed only one lodge in Idaho on the website, but more are sure to follow. Knowing the area like I do, I'm happy to help you whether you book your fishing travel with Rod and Reel Adventures or not.
Use the pull down menu or click the lodge name link below to see our web page on the legendary Teton Valley Lodge on the South Fork of the Snake River. They are located in Driggs, just 35 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It is a one of a kind operation in a world of cookie cutter lodges.
South Fork Snake River - An epic brown trout fishery with fish over ten pounds caught every year. Add rainbows and cutthroats and you have a recipe for flyfishing heaven!
Teton River - A smaller stream full of hungry rainbows, cutthroats, and rainbow-cutthroat hybrid often referred to to as cutt-bows. Two distinct sections, the Narrows, and the Upper Teton make for some great variation during your flyfishing adventure.
Henry's Fork Snake River - This is where anglers go to get their Phd in flyfishing for trout. The fish are big, smart, and can be frustrating...without good guides. But Teton Valley has the best guides in the world!