A world-class fishing destination, Jackson Hole is home to famous fishing rivers including the Snake River, the Gros Ventre River, the Greys River and more.
Take advantage of Jackson's amazing fishing while taking in the beautiful scenery. Explore our numerous options for fishing around town, but especially the Snake River.
Best Fishing Holes
- Gros Ventre River -- Flowing westward into Grand Teton National Park, the Gros Ventre is the least fished of Jackson Hole’s rivers. It can be remarkably secluded in spots, and offers great angling for cutthroat trout, brook trout, and whitefish. Bridger-Teton National Forest’s Slide Lake, famously created by a massive landslide in 1925, is known for trout as large as 16 inches.
- Green River -- Located an hour south of Jackson Hole near Pinedale, Wyoming, the Green River is a world-class watershed in its own right. It’s popular among guided fishing outfitters whose clients are interested in a different, more isolated view. Fish for brown, rainbow, and cutthroat trout against the massive backdrop of the 100-milelong Wind River Range.
- Greys River -- Just 45 minutes west of Jackson Hole, the Greys is a fast-rushing tributary of the Snake. It’s easy to score solitude on this roadside reach featuring diverse habitat from undercut banks and pocket water to tumbling whitewater. Drive out to Bridge Campground off Forest Road 10138 for a prime fishing spot complete with picnic tables.