We all would like to fish everyday of the week.  That’s why we are open everyday, so when you need to pick up a fly, advice, or an entire rod setup we are here for you.

Store Hours

Summer Hours (May – October)

Everyday 7:30am – 7pm

Open: Tue to Sat (Nov – April)

Store Hours: 9am-5pm

Our retail staff are all dedicated anglers and know the region from years of fly fishing around Idaho and many other places around the world.  We regularly ask them to go fishing to keep up to date on the local fishing conditions.  They are also ‘hands-on’ with all the gear in our store.

Customer service is our top priority.

Whatever you need, if you have a problem, if you have a question, and even if you have a problem with something you bought from another fly shop we will do our best to make it right & get you on the water.

  • Our store is over 1700 square feet and is full of the latest fly fishing gear & supplies you’ll need.
  • We have an essential selection of fly tying gear.
  • We provide guided fly fishing trips on all the rivers in East Idaho, Yellowstone, & Montana.

For all anglers, having the right fly at the right time is critical.  We not only have the right flies but friendly advice on what ones are working and why.

Contact Our Driggs Fly Shop

TRR Outfitters – Driggs
76  N. Main St., Suite 101
Driggs, ID 83422

Phone: (208) 354-1200


  • Henry's Fork salmonfly eating Brown Logan Martindale

Eastern Idaho Fishing Report 6/2/23

Henry's Fork: The current flows out of Island Park are 1,140 cfs. We are seeing salmonflies flying on the Henry's Fork.  A dry dropper should produce fairly well. Henry's Fork salmonfly #4 as the

  • Henry's Lake Cutthroat

Eastern Idaho Fishing Report 5/19/23

Henry's Fork: The current flows out of Island Park are 1,260 cfs. Fishing has started to improve but you will still need to dig deep and work hard to catch some fish. You are

Eastern Idaho Fishing Report 5/5/23

Henry's Fork: After a long winter filled with lots of snow, the thaw is on, and the snow is melting quickly. The current flows out of Island Park are 624 cfs. It is tough