Jackson Hole Wyoming Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Welcome to God’s country in western Wyoming! Jackson Hole is a slice of life that can not be missed.  It is a place for outdoor freedom, world class food and lodging, and an occasional moose traffic jam.

If you are looking for a guided fly fishing adventure for you, your spouse, your family or with your friends, you have come to the right spot. Erik Reily provides guided fly fishing trips in the shadows of the Tetons in northwestern Wyoming. There is nothing quite like the breath taking views of the Teton Mountain range as seen from the rivers edge. With Yellowstone National Park only 10 miles away, it is a great area to explore and fish as part of almost 18,000,000-acres in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This experience along the Snake River is perfect for both beginner and expert fly fisherman.

Erik primarily guides groups on the Snake, Salt, Green and New Fork Rivers. The Snake river starts out as a small river flowing west and south into Jackson Lake. Its first 50 miles run through the valley of Jackson Hole, which cuts between the Teton Range and the Continental Divide. The Snake takes a large bend northwest through Snake River Canyon, cutting through the Snake River Range and into eastern Idaho, receiving first the Hoback and Greys Rivers before entering Palisades Reservoir where it is also met by the Salt River at the mouth of Star Valley. 

The Snake River offers excellent dry fly fishing, spectacular scenery and wildlife views. If you are looking for a more personal, one-on-one and small group fishing trip give us a call at 307-699-0695.

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