The Teton Valley is a central location for the surrounding rivers that draw fishermen from all over the world. Within the Teton Valley runs: Teton River, North and South Leigh Creeks, Darby Creek, Fox Creek, Bitch Creek, and Trail Creek. Expanding from Teton Valley into other close-by regions in Idaho will include: Henry’s Fork River, the South Fork of the Snake River, and the Fall River.
Yellowstone National Park offers six other great fishing rivers including: Yellowstone River, Gardinar River, the Fire Hole River, Lamar River, Lewis River, and Gibbon River. There are three main outfitters in the area.
Teton Valley Lodge If you’d like to learn how to fly fish, or you want to improve your skills and catch fish, look no further than the Idaho fly fishing guides at Teton Valley Lodge. You’ll find you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy the sport. And, after a day on the water, you will be itching to get to the river the next morning and do it again.
Greater Yellowstone Resource Guide This site will tell you everything you want to know about fishing and outfitters in the Teton Valley area.