Teton River

The Teton River is an 81.5-mile-long tributary of the Henrys Fork (Wikipedia) that begins in the Teton Basin near Victor. It flows north west towards Rexburg.

The upper river in the basin is easily accessible at several locations, while the section that flows through the famed Teton Canyon is nearly inaccessible. 

The lower Teton River is accessible at the Newdale Bridge, the old Teton Dam site, Spring Hollow near Drummond or if your in a pontoon and wearing a life jacket - the slide at Bitch Creek confluence. Make sure your prepared if you decide to descend the Teton as there are many natural hazards besides the river including large lake sections that can strand you on a windy day and rattle snakes on the banks. Stay on your toes!

Windy

Teton river fished it today 11/17/11 at bates bridge and just back rowed up a ways it was pretty windy out as it has been for the past few days. There as been a few midges and very few bluewing olives and when they are there the wind has blown them off so riser action is far and few between for now...

Teton River

Teton

The river has risen two feet in the past 48 hours and is running around 2300 CFS. Fishing will probalby be tough until the levels start to settle down or stabilize.

Teton River

Teton River

On the lower river twitching big foam patterns against the bank is working good with all the hoppers on the water. A very effective method which is not used very often is swinging flies. Cast across stream and swing the fly just underneath the water in front of the fish. Good flies for this are...

Teton River

Teton River

It's time to use your big hopper patterns. Use hopper dropper set up with any bead head pattern a foot or so from the hopper. Don't forget pmds, caddis, and in the evening streamer patterns. Come check out our selection of terestrials, we have ants, beetles, hoppers, and big attractor patterns like...

Teton River

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