Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National Park

We’re rolling into the holidays here in Jackson Hole, and while
there’s still another week or so left in 2013, preparations for
2014 are in the works. The big news here at Teton Fly Fishing
world headquarters is that I am now permitted to guide fly
fishing trips in Yellowstone National Park. This will dovetail nicely
with the other guided fishing trip options I offer, and while I don’t
plan on fishing folks in Yellowstone everyday, I am excited to
have it as an option for clients who want to explore the park.

Yellowstone’s fly fishing waters are legendary. The Firehole and
Madison Rivers draw anglers from all over the world, providing
exceptional dry fly fishing amongst steaming geysers and
roaming buffalo. Additionally, there are an unbelievable amount
of smaller, lesser known streams and lakes too that offer up
some great fly fishing opportunities. For anglers looking to
experience fly fishing in the nation’s first national park, this is for
you!

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