Fly Fishing


The Snake River sings a different song to every fisherman: its tumbling, glacial-pure water is both foe and friend; challenging adversary and lazy accomplice. Native cutthroat trout are themselves wily adversaries, slashed with defiant red beneath their necks and renowned for their fight. Nearly six miles of private Snake River access at the Snake River Sporting Club offers the true angler that which he or she values most: the solitude to cast and cast again, searching for that perfect arc.

Snake River Sporting Club’s, Outdoor Pursuits guides offer guided fly fishing trips on the Snake River and on-property casting clinics.

For fly fishing inquiries, please contact:

Will Hobbs
Director of Outdoor Pursuits
307-201-2562 office
307-690-6706 cell


Snake River Sporting Club forms the perfect backdrop to hone your fly fishing skills, whether you’re a master or novice. At the Orvis Fly Fishing School, each student receives exclusive, personalized attention while exploring fly fishing fundamentals and techniques within Orvis’ proven curriculum. Budding anglers enjoy prime Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing on more than six miles of Snake River access. Our stocked lakes also encourage children and families to make the most of the Club’s topography together.


No need to leave the Club to outfit yourself with the finest rods, tackle boxes, or flies. Our Clubhouse Sports Shop stocks it all, as well as gear to borrow for the day. Drop in for advice on what’s biting, the right fly for where you’re headed, or simply to shoot the breeze with our staff of valley locals well versed in fishing lore. We’ll point you in the right direction and ensure that you have the right set-up to create a perfect day—and a perfect catch—on the water.

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