Teton River Fishing Report – (12.23.21)
The angling season on the Teton River has entered full winter mode. The beginning of winter has been strange in Teton Valley with not much snow on the ground. Normally the Teton River is covered in ice this time of year, but the river is still open. That may change in the next couple of weeks. If you do find yourself out on the Teton, look for fish to be eating Midges during warm calm overcast days. Small buggers and leeches can work well in deeper pools and holes. Shallow nymph rigs can also be productive. As we enter the winter season, anglers should concentrate on the Henry’s Fork, South Fork of the Snake and Snake River. These rivers will provide the most consistent angling opportunities until spring arrives.
Teton River Fishing Resources:
Teton River Shuttles – Yellow Sally Shuttles (208)-921-0906