TRR’s Fly Fishing Guide Services

Three Rivers Ranch Outfitters offers world-class fly fishing trips in the best place in the world, yes, the world!  We are situated in a perfect location for fly fishing.  We have what you are looking for:  walk & wade, drift boat angling, high mountain lakes, spring creeks, private access locations, and overnight camping trips!  We are licensed to take you fishing on more water than any other outfitter, in total it’s over 16 blue ribbon trout streams and in three states; Idaho, Montana, & Wyoming (Yellowstone Park).


All of our guides are veteran anglers.


Every TRR guide is ready to show you where the fish are and help you have a vacation you’ll remember for a lifetime.


We've been a family run business for four generations.

In 1928

Prohibition was in force & Calvin Coolidge was President.


Award Winning, All Inclusive Fly Fishing Lodge

Three Rivers Ranch

We offer a fishing experience that will last a lifetime.


What river is your favorite?

Blue Ribbon Fisheries

Henry’s Fork, Snake River, Teton, Madison, Owyhee River, Grande Ronde?

Three Rivers Ranch Fly Fishing Outfitters Services

There are rivers you just have to cross off your ‘bucket-list’.  The top four rivers, by far, are the Henrys ForkSouth Fork of the Snake,  Teton River & the Owyhee River.  Probably 97% of the time, clients prefer to fish these rivers with a drift boat (the Owyhee is a walk / wade fishery).  There will be times each river might not be fishing as well, but as we usually say, the Henrys Fork is always fishing.  Always.  A lot of anglers consider this to be one of the top rivers for trout fishing in the world.

When you fish from a drift boat you can get your chance to walk & wade as well.  Your guide will help you get to the best places, then you can work over some of the best spots throughout the day.

The best part of fishing with us is all of our fly shop locations!  When you meet your guide for the day, you don’t have to drive as far to one of our fly shops.

Why Choose Us

  • We have 5 locations throughout the State of Idaho
  • Orvis Lodge Of The Year.
  • We are a 4th Generation family-owned business & have been in business for nearly 100 years.
  • Several guides have been with us for over 20 years.
  • We maintain a 90% return rate over a two-year period.
  • We have several 3rd and 4th Generation Family guests.

What Client’s Say

This fly fishing ranch has such a magical quality to it like nothing I have experienced before. It feels like you have gone back in time. There was so much great history associated with the ranch which has been run by the same family generation after generation and you can tell they really take pride in it. I felt like I was family there, and couldn’t believe how welcoming and friendly everyone was. The property is absolutely spectacular, right along a mountain creek with quaint little cabins nestled along the rock too but what I looked forward to the most were the spectacular dinners that the chef made every night. This place is first class all the way but in a laid back, fun atmosphere. Even being a wife that came along for my husband who was into fishing (and me not so much), we got to go on a float with a guide down the river that had the most beautiful scenery. I even spotted a family of owls along the rock cliffs and we got some great photos. I would highly recommend checking this place out!!
This place is a home run by all standards……quality and variety of fishing, accommodations, quality and friendliness of guides, food,….you name it. Will definitely go back. This place is 5+ stars!!!
“A Fly-Fishing Trip that rivals a Trip to France”
After several fishing trips including one guided, I was ready to stop accompanying my husband. I not only caught my first dry-fly fish, but more than I could count on our 5 day adventure (including a 19” brown). Our guide, Cliff, was not only knowledgeable in the art of fishing, but pointed out flora and fauna we would have missed. The cabin was perfectly appointed, including bath salts and aloe, which thankfully we didn’t need. The food was exceptional – fresh baked goods daily (cinnamon rolls and Dutch oven peach cobbler to die for), not to mention lamb, ribeye steaks, and pork tenderloin. We took the overnight trip on the South Fork of the Snake and can’t recommend it more highly. What’s better than being serenaded to sleep by an owl and waking to view an osprey across the river? Breakfast, lunch, cocktails before dinner – my idea of ‘roughing’ it!

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