Teton River Hatch Chart 2017-08-24T14:32:58+00:00

Teton River Hatch Chart

Teton River Hatch Chart

The Teton River is located just over the hill from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and makes its way through Fremont County then finally meeting up with the Henry’s Fork. The river is a blue ribbon trout stream and is well worth your time.  There are plenty of places to wade fish and miles of river to float.  Whether you take a guided trip or if you do it yourself, it can be helpful to have this handy Teton River Hatch Chart for reference.  It will give you a good indication of what is happening and when.  Each year will vary, so check in with Dave in our Driggs Fly Shop and ask him for your personal Teton River Hatch Chart or a Fly Fishing Report.


Teton River Fishing Report – Sept 4

September 4th, 2017|0 Comments

The Teton River has been fishing great. We are right in the middle of dry fly heaven, so everything underneath the sun. Sulpher & pink mayflies are out in force. Mahogany mayflies are starting

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Idaho & Eastern Oregon 2017 Water Report

February 6th, 2017|0 Comments

**Photos Updated on Feb 21, 2017 Snow, snow, and more snow. So far the winter of 2016/2017 has been nothing short of good news for our mountain snowpack’s throughout much of Idaho and the West.

East Idaho Fly Fishing Report – May 16, 2016

May 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Henry's Fork Fishing Report Welcome to summer! The warm weather has really sparked an early explosion of Salmonflies on the lower Henry's Fork, and by most accounts, the fishing has been very good.  Big fish are

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East Idaho Fly Fishing Report: Runoff Scenario for Summer Fishing

April 18th, 2016|0 Comments

By all accounts, Eastern Idaho is seeing its first real runoff of the year, and most of the feeder creeks and tributaries to the Henry's Fork, South Fork and the Teton River are dirty and