The South Fork of the Snake River
With over 60 miles of river to float, and average flows of 10,000 cfs, there is plenty of room to fish. Using Teton Valley Lodge as our outfitter, Huntsman Springs offers 6 different sections of the South Fork Of The Snake with two private accesses. No matter how many other fishermen are on the river, there is ample space and fish for all. In fact, every day you fish, you can fish a different section of the South Fork.
The dry fly fishing on the South Fork Of The Snake really kicks off at the end of June when huge salmon fly and golden stone hatches break out on the river. These hatches move up the stream and last until late July. The next major hatch is the PMD hatch which starts out around the 4th of July and runs through the month of August. And August of course means hoppers. Grasshoppers are out in strength throughout the months of August and September. At the end of September, the Blue Wing Olive hatch comes out in force. Long story short, from the time the South Fork Of The Snake becomes fishable around the end of June to the end of the season, there is not a day that dry flies are not hatching or a day that fish are not eating them.
Contact us to reserve your fly fishing float trip on the South Fork of the Snake River.