For anglers around the world, the rivers in and around Teton Valley are bucket-list experiences, not to be missed. At Tributary, fishing the Teton River, Henry’s Fork, or South Fork of the Snake is just another Sunday. Even if you only have an hour before your tee time, you can fish one of Tributary’s five private ponds, home to wild populations of brook trout and stocked with rainbow and Snake River cutthroat trout. Want to improve before the club’s end-of-season Cutthroat Classic Fishing Competition? Tributary members can participate in exclusive Casting or Rig Your Rod clinics.


A small, family-owned operation, Teton Valley Lodge has guides who are intimately familiar with more than 25 sections of river that can be fished in a day from Tributary. Cast on a scenic stretch with high success rates that are perfect for introducing the family to the sport or hit an off-the-beaten-path stretch that will challenge even the most experienced anglers.

"Running along the border with Wyoming and flowing into Henry’s Fork, this river is easily accessible from anywhere in the nearby area. You’ll be met by stunning scenery and all four types of trout in abundant number, and be fishing one of the best trout fisheries in Idaho."

—Fly Fisher Pro
"Tributary offers easy access to fly-fishing (the Teton River is a world-class fly fishing river with an access point three minutes from Tributary’s entrance) …"

—Sheridan Road
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"The Snake River curves around some of the most iconic views of the Tetons, so you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more scenic place to fly-fish for cutthroat trout."

—National Geographic