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.
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
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
Has Yellowstone flooding affected Idaho Fly Fishing? Eastern Idaho water and fishing update.
The flooding in Yellowstone has recently brought a lot of attention to the area. We did receive a lot of rain here in Eastern Idaho last week, but we were lucky to avoid the dangerous