Teton River Idaho Fly Fishing, Camping, Boating

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Teton River

The Teton River flows along the west side of the Tetons, beginning near Victor Idaho and eventually merging with the Henry's Fork of the Snake near Rexburg. Two sections of the Teton River offer great fly fishing and rafting.

What can I see and do along the Teton River?

Fishing the Upper Teton:
This 25 mile section offers some of the most scenic fishing around. The Upper Teton River is calm and shallow, bordered by low grasses and shrubs and views of the Tetons emerge around every bend. The Upper is known for cutthroat, rainbow, and brook trout. The section between Bates Bridge and Big Eddy is probably the most popular.

Floating the Upper Teton:
Great for any summer afternoon, you can float the Upper Teton in a raft, kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddle board. This mellow section of river takes about 2 to 3 hours to float.

Fishing and Rafting the Narrows:
The Narrows of the Teton River is an awesome combination of thrilling whitewater (Class III-IV) and superb fishing. We recommend going with a guide.

Where is the Teton River?

The Teton River begins in Teton Valley Idaho. It meanders past Driggs and then drops into the Teton Narrows before merging with the Henry's Fork of the Snake River.

When is the Teton River accessible?

This river flows when the snow melts so the best time to access it is during the summer months and possibly early fall.

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