Teton River Fishing Report – (9.24.21)
Teton River/IDFG semi-annual electrofishing survey schedule:
Wednesday 9/29: S. Fork Teton: 3000W (Rexburg) to Confluence of S. Fork Teton and Henry’s Fork
Tuesday 10/12: Buxton Reach: Bates to Big Eddy
Water flows are low. The good news is water temperatures are cooling a bit. We still recommend being on the water when water temperatures are at their coolest. With summer ending and fall starting, look for your fishing hours to transition to the warmer parts of the day. The Upper River has been good with small Terrestrials, Mahoganies, Hecuba Drakes and some baetis. Look for these bugs to be more prolific during cool overcast days. Don’t be afraid to pair your attractor patterns with a dropper. Small Streamers have been working well and will continue to do so as fall progresses. The Lower River is warm, but cooling as well. As irrigators start to turn off their sprinklers, water levels should get even better as summer ends and fall begins.
This is your chance to make your voice heard on overcrowding on the Teton River.
Teton River Fishing Resources:
Teton River Shuttles – Yellow Sally Shuttles (208)-921-0906