Smith’s Fork

Smith’s Fork and Hobble Creek control over 10 miles of blue-ribbon trout fishing

Smith’s Fork Trips

Trip Price
Full Day Walk and Wade (2 ppl)  $585
  • Full day trips include lunch and drinks
  • Gratuity not included – please tip your guides

Fish You Might Catch

Recommended Flies To Use

Dry Flies – Ants, Beetles, Adams, Caddis

Nymphs – BH Hares Ear, BH Pheasant Tail, Copper Johns, BH Prince, BH Golden Stones, BH Caddis, BH Crane Fly 

Streamers – Articulated in White, Black, Olive,  Small Minnow patterns

Dry Flies – Adams, PMDs, Caddis, PMX, Hoppers, Crickets, Ants, Beetles, Stimulators

Nymphs – BH Hares Ear, BH Pheasant Tail, Copper Johns, BH Prince, BH Golden Stones, BH Caddis, BH Crane Fly

Streamers – Articulated in White, Black, Olive,  Small Minnow patterns

Dry Flies – October Caddis, Rusty Sedge, Stimulators, Ants

Nymphs – BH Hares Ear, BH Pheasant Tail, Copper Johns, BH Prince, BH Golden Stones, BH Caddis, BH Crane Fly  

Streamers – Articulated in White, Black, Olive,  Small Minnow patterns.

Smith’s Fork gives you incredible wildlife and dry fly action all summer long

Smith’s Fork

Bordered by National Forest and BLM lands, this mountain retreat is prime for privacy and exclusivity often frequented by elk, deer, and moose. Cast your line in hopes to land one of the rare Bonneville Cutthroat or German Brown. The best fishing on the Smith’s Fork is June through September, with incredible dry fly action all summer long.

See elk, deer, and moose

Best fishing is June through September

Mountain retreat is prime for privacy

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