Three Rivers Ranch and TRR Outfitters are proud to introduce the 1st Annual – Teton Valley Fly Fishing Festival in Driggs, Idaho on May 31, 2014.

Where is it?

The Driggs Fly Fishing Festival will take place behind our new fly shop location: at 76 North Main Street in downtown Driggs (behind the Fremont Building). Click Here for Directions.

When is it?

May 31, 2014 starting at 1pm, wrapping up around 6-8pm.

Who will be there?

Three Rivers Ranch Fly Fishing Guides – Ever want to get some advice from a guide? This is your chance to get a quick lesson, ask some questions, get some advice on gear, or just buy them a beer. All for free!

Derek DeYoung – World renouned fly fishing artist that has an eye like no other. Derek DeYoung has a unique abstract take on fish and fly fishing locations that is highlighted with vibrant colors that catches the eye. Watch Derek DeYoung paint live at our fest!

Grand Teton Brewing – This Teton Valley gem brews up some amazing beers. We will be serving 208, Sweetgrass, & Amber Ale. All profits are being donated to Friends of the Teton River!

Loop – If you’ve never casted a Loop fly rod, now is your chance. We will have a casting pond set up and the Loop trailer will be there with every fly rod and reel Loop has!

Gear – Our Driggs Fly Shop just got in a whole lot of new gear from Patagonia, Orvis, Sage, Echo, Temple Fork, and more! Come check out the latest and greatest. Bring your old gear and trade-in and trade-it up!

Big Hole BBQ – This Teton Valley Original will be serving up Award Winning BBQ. Bring your bib!

Live Music! – “Stoneseed is a musical outfit grown out of the sagebrush canyons and craggy mountains of Idaho. Deeply rooted in the blues and cross-pollinated with folk, funk, and jazz, Stoneseed consists of Ty Clayton on guitar, mandolin and vocals; Lindsey Terrell on violin, guitar and vocals; and Bennett Barr on djembe, snare, accordion and vocals. Like our botanical namesake, we receive nourishment from the wild places and all its many inhabitants, and we are committed to the creation of new indigenous music.”

Why have a Fly Fishing Fest?

Why not?! Teton Valley lies in the shadows of the Teton Mountain Range, running through the valley is one of the most renouned rivers for fly fishing in the American West, the Teton River. The community of the Teton Valley embrace the outdoors and the fly fishing lifestyle. It’s the perfect setting!

Eastern Idaho is known as one of the best places for Fly Fishing; with the South Fork of the Snake River, Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, the Teton River, Fall River, and many more equally amazing fly fishing tributaries, lakes and resevoirs close by. On top of that, we want to highlight the businesses and community that supports the fly fishing industry in Eastern Idaho. We will host the Teton Valley Fly Fishing Festival annually to build awareness & celebrate fly fishing and anglers alike!