Video: Fly Fishing South Fork of the Snake River

The South Fork of the Snake River is one of those iconic Western waters. This stretch of river is the focus of a film short from Flycraft.

From Flycraft:

“The state of Idaho has endless opportunities for floating and fly fishing and hands down one of our favorites is the South Fork of the Snake River in Swan Valley, ID. This beautiful river starts up in Yellowstone National Park, flows through Jackson Hole, WY before it crosses into ID and eventually joining the Columbia River on it’s way to the Pacific Ocean. Although pretty much every section of it fishes, our favorite section is through and below Swan Valley, ID.

This past August, Flycraft Videographer Kevin Landgren, Sales Manager Brandon Collett, and long time friend and fishing buddy Chris Jenney made the 4 hours drive from SLC, UT to ID for a few days of fishing, floating and most of all having a good time. Chris actually was one of our first co workers at Flycraft when we first started, but many years later and PhDs for Chris, he is now a fisheries biologist in Arizona. It was good to get the crew back together as you’ll see from the river banter you’ll hear in the video.”

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