Wyoming Fly Fishing Trip

Wyoming Fly Fishing

High Trails Adventure - Grades 9-12+

Cast a line into a variety of Wyoming’s famed rivers, creeks, and lakes over the course of this three week trip.  This adventure includes accessing remote backcountry waters by foot, an overnight driftboat trip, and whitewater rafting in the Snake River Canyon.  Wyoming Fly Fishing is a bucket-list trip for any trout angler.

21 Days

$4,695

  • July 3rd - July 23rd
  • Jackson Hole, WY

Day 1-2

Arriving into scenic Jackson Hole, it’s hard to not be awe-struck by the beauty of this place. We will spend our first night getting to know each other before getting needed rest for our adventures to come. Our first full day together will be spent on the water, rafting through the thrilling whitewater of the Snake River Canyon. Paddling a raft through exciting rapids is the perfect introduction to this area and the perfect way to get to know each other. After getting off the water, we will visit the local fish hatchery before heading back to camp for a delicious home cooked meal.

Day 3-9

After spending a day preparing, from meal planning and grocery shopping, to testing and packing our equipment, we will begin our first backpacking adventure in the Wind River Range. With over 40 peaks over 13,000 feet, this rugged mountain range is known for its towering granite spires, alpine forests, and open meadows. More relevant to us however, are the Wind’s more than 1,300 crystal clear lakes full of trout. Here we will practice our backcountry travel skills, from map and compass navigation, to campsite selection, and Leave-No-Trace ethics. Following our days plying these waters, we will spend our evenings camping under the star-strewn Wyoming sky.

Day 10-13

Moving from one idyllic fishing location to another, our next adventures take place in Yellowstone National Park. We will take a short break from fishing to pick up more food, take showers, and do laundry, before heading to the country’s first National Park. Here we will spend a few days pursuing trout in world-renowned streams and rivers, from Slough Creek, to the Firehole, Madison, and Gibbon Rivers.

Day 14-17

Next, we will leave the beaten path and head into the backcountry of Yellowstone on our second backpacking trip. Our route will take us among some of the finest stream and lake fishing the Park has to offer. We will fish for the elusive Yellowstone Cutthroat while refining our backcountry skills further on this picturesque adventure.

Day 18-21

We will take the opportunity to visit the historic western town of Jackson, learning about its unique history. Our final two days will be spent on an unforgettable drift boat trip on the South Fork of the Snake River. We will fish from the comfort of drift boats all day, before setting up camp on the riverside at night. The next day we will head back out on the river for a last day of fishing. In the evening we will enjoy one last dinner as a group at our end of trip banquet before a final night camping under the stars. The following morning we will head to the airport to go our separate ways, but not before exchanging contact information with our new group of friends so that we can plan our next fishing adventure together.

Day 1-2

Arriving into scenic Jackson Hole, it’s hard to not be awe-struck by the beauty of this place. We will spend our first night getting to know each other before getting needed rest for our adventures to come. Our first full day together will be spent on the water, rafting through the thrilling whitewater of the Snake River Canyon. Paddling a raft through exciting rapids is the perfect introduction to this area and the perfect way to get to know each other. After getting off the water, we will visit the local fish hatchery before heading back to camp for a delicious home cooked meal.

Day 3-9

After spending a day preparing, from meal planning and grocery shopping, to testing and packing our equipment, we will begin our first backpacking adventure in the Wind River Range. With over 40 peaks over 13,000 feet, this rugged mountain range is known for its towering granite spires, alpine forests, and open meadows. More relevant to us however, are the Wind’s more than 1,300 crystal clear lakes full of trout. Here we will practice our backcountry travel skills, from map and compass navigation, to campsite selection, and Leave-No-Trace ethics. Following our days plying these waters, we will spend our evenings camping under the star-strewn Wyoming sky.

Day 10-13

Moving from one idyllic fishing location to another, our next adventures take place in Yellowstone National Park. We will take a short break from fishing to pick up more food, take showers, and do laundry, before heading to the country’s first National Park. Here we will spend a few days pursuing trout in world-renowned streams and rivers, from Slough Creek, to the Firehole, Madison, and Gibbon Rivers.

Day 14-17

Next, we will leave the beaten path and head into the backcountry of Yellowstone on our second backpacking trip. Our route will take us among some of the finest stream and lake fishing the Park has to offer. We will fish for the elusive Yellowstone Cutthroat while refining our backcountry skills further on this picturesque adventure.

Day 18-21

We will take the opportunity to visit the historic western town of Jackson, learning about its unique history. Our final two days will be spent on an unforgettable drift boat trip on the South Fork of the Snake River. We will fish from the comfort of drift boats all day, before setting up camp on the riverside at night. The next day we will head back out on the river for a last day of fishing. In the evening we will enjoy one last dinner as a group at our end of trip banquet before a final night camping under the stars. The following morning we will head to the airport to go our separate ways, but not before exchanging contact information with our new group of friends so that we can plan our next fishing adventure together.