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Snake Headwaters

Fish Famously Pristine Waters
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Fish Vibrant Headwaters

The Snake river is a favorite spot for keen eyed nymphers, wade fly fishers, wind whipped rafters and river guides, and adrenaline seeking kayakers alike. In the world of fly fishing, the most important aspect of the Snake river is its head waters. The headwaters of the snake river are world renowned for their pristine clarity and  they lead to heart lake which pierces nearly into the center of Yellowstone's eco system. 
Come book a guided fly fishing trip with us in one of our favorite blue ribbon filled ecosystems.  
I've fished with Chad and GYFO every year since 2000 on many of the rivers in the Greater Yellowstone area.  We've fished solo and on group outings I have sponsored for friends and clients with multiple boats with his very capable guides.  Astute guides and teachers, they even helped teach my kids to cast a fly line many years ago.  I keep coming back because Chad always makes the extra effort to make each trip rewarding.
Bob Von Pentz
Washington, D.C.

The Rivers and Lakes of the Snake River's Headwaters

The Snake river's headwater is as pristine as rivers come and they team with carefully cultivated and managed trout just itching to bite during your next fly fishing vacation. Come in the Spring, Summer, or Fall—it won't matter. Snake river fishing is all about exploring these abundant waters. They won't disappoint as you cast your line toward plentiful schools of spotted and cutthroat trout.

Trips Available on Snake River

Snake River Fly Fishing Pack Trip
Heart lake is the source of the Snake River Headwaters. So, even though it's the smallest lake among our Yellowstone watersheds, it fishes with the best of them. Come fish Heart lake and soak in the soul of Yellowstone park as your stress and responsibilities melt into the gently rocking waves. Fish for rainbows and largemouth bass on heart lake.
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