Many guests who visit Teton Springs Lodge & Spa do so with one goal in mind and that’s fishing the Snake River. Granted, there are so many other activities to pursue while visiting Teton Springs, eastern Idaho’s only year-round resort that also comes equipped with an award-winning golf course & full service Spa & Salon. And that’s just the beginning! Guests are constantly delighted & surprised that Teton Springs, a 780 acre resort community, feels like such a hidden gem even though it sits only a little more than a mile off Highway 33, eastern Idaho’s main thoroughfare through Teton Valley.
Experience world-class trout fly fishing
Guest Service agents at Teton Springs Lodge & Spa understand that fishing the Snake River will be a priority for many guests visiting this Teton Valley resort. Depending on the winter snow levels in this Yellowstone-Teton ecosystem, and spring weather conditions, Snake River fishing, the end game for both local and destination anglers can begin sooner than expected. However, there are many choices for those arriving in the Tetons earlier than later. The Henry’s Fork north of Teton Springs can host the salmon fly hatch as early as mid-May. Most experienced fishermen consider the Henry’s Fork the Mecca of fly fishing rivers.
Teton River, South Fork of the Snake River, Henry’s Fork
The Lodge stay will assist in arranging your guided trip with WorldCast Anglers on one of the many rivers including South Fork of the Snake, Teton and Henry’s Fork Rivers. Having access to so many rivers increases your chance of landing that monster Rainbow, Cutthroat or Brown trout. The knowledgeable and friendly guides at WorldCast Anglers will pick you up at the lodge and drive you to the river for an unforgettable day of fishing!
It’s a beautiful ride from Teton Springs to the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River
You travel through Teton Valley out of Victor and before you know it, the Grand Teton Mountains are in full view. It’s a staggering sight as the Grand rises 13,700 feet into the sky, a sharp contrast to the flat agriculture land on the east side of this valley. The Big Hole Mountains loom large on the west bank and the Teton River weaves through the entire length of Teton Valley. There are sportsmen access points along the way and the Teton is a coveted Blue Ribbon River and Teton Springs guests flock to its banks with fly rods in hand.