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Teton River

The Teton River is formed near Victor by the convergence of several small creeks that descend from the surrounding mountains. The river flows north in a slow meandering course through the valley. The river stretches for 81.5 miles and offers great fishing, and the occasional moose sighting.
Moose on the Teton River
FishingReservoirs, mountain streams, Teton River, and alpine lakes offer a wide variety of opportunities for fishing. A fishing license is required to fish in Idaho. There are many outfitters that offer guided fishing tours.

            Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures- 307-413-6671

            South Fork Outfitters- 800-483-2110

            World Cast Anglers- 800-654-0676

  Baby Moose Rescue

While floating the Teton River a few years ago, we came upon a set of moose twins that could not climb the bank. They were tiring and laying down in the water with their heads just above the surface. Their mother was with them, but seemed to understand that she needed help. Mother moose moved away and Harley Wilcox and Michael Walters began operation save baby moose.

When we float the river, it is a common occurance to see plenty of moose. I like to think that we see the ones we saved. 🙂