Fly Fishing in Jackson Hole
- 2 days guided fly fishing on the Snake, South Fork, Green or New Fork Rivers
- Use of rods, reels and waders
- Streamside lunch on fishing days
- 3-night stay in standard guest room at the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort or similar hotel in Jackson Hole, WY
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Discover the beauty and history of Jackson Hole – an authentic Western town surrounded by breathtaking mountains and beauty. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, refers to the large valley that includes Grand Teton National Park as well as the town of Jackson and was named for trapper Davey Jackson who favored hunting in the area in the 1800s. Grand Teton National Park – named the Travel Channel’s #1 park for wildlife, is just minutes from downtown Jackson and 60 minutes from Yellowstone – the first National Park. Jackson Hole also includes the Bridger-Teton National Forest and many wilderness areas.
By virtue of these national parks and protected areas of the American West including the National Elk Refuge and three National Forests, 97% of the land in Teton County, Wyoming, is undeveloped – preserving the wild and open nature of this destination forever.
With such magnificent mountains and rivers – including the iconic Snake River – recreational activities are limitless. From thrilling whitewater rafting and alpine skiing, to serene moments horseback riding and hiking by placid alpine lakes, there is something for everyone in Jackson Hole.
Fly Fishing in Wyoming
The variety of fly fishing opportunities for cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout in and around the Jackson Hole area will keep you casting for a lifetime. The main fisheries are The Snake River as it flows through Grand Teton National Park and the Jackson Hole valley, The South Fork of the Snake River as it flows out of Palisades Reservoir in Idaho, The Green and New Fork Rivers and Yellowstone National Park, including Yellowstone Lake and a variety of smaller rivers.
The Town of Jackson
Designated as a “Top World Destination,” the town of Jackson is located at the southern end of the valley. Jackson offers countless opportunities for shopping, dining, and experiencing the local attractions and entertainment. At the heart of downtown Jackson lies a town square with its notable antler arch entrance and boardwalk-lined shops. The stores scattered along the Western boardwalk range from commercial chains and souvenir shops to fashion boutiques and fine art galleries. In fact, Jackson is the fifth nationally recognized arts center in the nation.
When you’re ready to take a break from shopping, grab a bite at one of the many restaurants in Jackson Hole. It’s been said that more than half of Jackson’s residents could eat out every night at the same time and still not fill the town’s nearly one hundred restaurants and eateries! As evening falls on the antler arches, gear up for a night on the town. Belly up to the bar at one of Jackson’s world-famous saloons and enjoy live music, dancing, and a beer or two from a regional brewery. From truly local hideaways to the more well-known watering holes, Jackson’s vibrant nightlife offers something for everyone.
Enjoy a 3-night stay in a standard guest room at the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa or similar accommodations in Jackson Hole, WY.
Blackout Dates: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Weeks. Prime fly fishing season in Jackson Hole is July through October.