Wrap on the Teton Fly Fishing 2022 season

Another great fly fishing season here at Teton Fly Fishing has come to a close.

What a year it was. Waters I fish treated us well and provided excitement to visiting anglers. The boat has been put away for a few months and I’m beginning to tie flies for next season. Despite the winter, I expect to do quite a few walk in winter wade fishing trips with folks looking to experience winter fly fishing in the valley. If you’re coming out and want to sneak some fishing in, give me a shout and if the weather isn’t too cold, I’m happy to take you out. Also happy to host guests in the winter at the fishing cabin in Dubois. Winter can be a fun time to fish the Wind River.

Since I was a slacker this season and didn’t post much (when the fish are biting, my attention to this blog wanes) I though I’d share a few pictures from the season…

Not much finer than a wild Yellowstone Cutthroat trout caught in its’ home water. I love fishing folks in Yellowstone Park, particularly when the Green Drakes and Salmonflies are hatching!
Upper Snake Birthday fun. Good friends Rich and Duncan joined me on my birthday for a rare day off. Couldn’t have asked for a better day
Derek, a longtime regular, caught this beast of a rainbow while fishing the Green with me.
Hooked up on the Salt River! I love fishing this intimate little river an hour south of Jackson. While the fish aren’t big, the hatches and slow currents make for a fun, challenging day.
Who says lake fly fishing isn’t fun? We had some great days twitching hoppers for aggressive browns and rainbows!
Father Son Double on the Snake River
Catherine with a nice Cutthroat trout on the Snake. Always fun fishing her and her dad, Bill each September.
Me and some of my favorites! Craig, Bob and Mark have been fishing with me for years. What a crew!
Western Fly fishing at its finest; Randy experience a great late fall day on Flat Creek with me.