Born as a trickle of water in Yellowstone National Park, the Snake River has long been famed for it's fishing. In fact, the waterway derives its name from a hand gesture the Shoshone tribe made to indicate swimming salmon- a gesture early explorers misinterpreted to mean "snake". Bordering nearly 6 miles of Snake River frontage, the Club offers an authentic Jackson Hole fly fishing adventure. Cast for cutthroat trout from the property's banks, shoals, riffles, and islands. Or, fly fish the property's stocked ponds and waterways. Flies and fishing gear are available at our Clubhouse Sport Shop.