As the longtime home of the Jackson Hole One Fly, Grand View Lodge provides elegant room options with views that include the Teton Range, the National Elk Refuge and that fabled fishery of brown trout and cutthroats, Flat Creek. Situated slope-side on the iconic Snow King Mountain, the lodge offers a homelike setting while still providing all the amenities available at Snow King Resort Hotel, immediately adjacent. There you'll find an accomplished and knowledgeable Front Desk staff, a fully stocked business center, outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, and the newly renovated fitness center
And since big adventures tend to create big appetites, you'll want to know about Hayden's Post, where you can dine on healthy, traditional Mountain West fare with locally grown and sourced ingredients. A full selection of craft beers, luscious wines and quality spirits rounds out the offerings.
Jackson's downtown is just a quick six blocks away, with all the attractions, restaurants, cultureand most importantlyfishing gear shops you'd expect in a region that revels in its beautiful outdoor environment.
World Cast Anglers offers fishing opportunities 12 months a year. Our normal summer season operates from May 15 - October 15.
Grand View Lodge discount card to the Orvis Jackson Hole Retail Store, professional guide, driftboat, a tent camp (overnight trips only), private chef (overnight trips only), meals (overnight trips only), drinks, use of Orvis equipment, and, transportation. What is not provided: Small selection of flies (guides provide the rest), fishing licenses, gratuity for guides and camp staff (if you choose to give).
With permitted water on the South Fork, Snake, Teton, Henry's Fork, Salt, and Green Rivers as well as Yellowstone National Park, WorldCast Anglers is the premier fly-fishing destination in the Rocky Mountains. Additionally, WorldCast Anglers is home of the famous "South Fork Hilton" overnight fly-fishing adventure.
WorldCast Anglers’ full-day trips consist of 8 hours of fishing, while half-day trips consist of 4 hours of fishing. One of our guides will meet you at a designated meeting place (usually one of our locations) where you can transfer your gear into their vehicle and pick up your fishing license, if you have not purchased it ahead of time and any other incidentals for the day. You will enjoy your day on the water, whether floating or wading with a full shoreside lunch (full-day trips only) and beverages (sodas and waters). The guide will transport you back to your vehicle at the end of the trip.
Pool, alpine slide, horseback riding, mountain biking, scenic lift service.
National Parks, shopping, nightlife, dining.
This list includes items that most anglers use during a fly-fishing trip with World Cast Anglers. Each guide carries Orvis fishing equipment, which guests are welcome to use at no extra cost. Sometimes this is a better solution than the hassle of airplane travel with fly rods. Fly selection varies with the time of year. Each guide will assist clients in selecting about a dozen flies for a full-day trip as well as one new leader from the our fly shop/Orvis store at the start of each trip. Those clients who chose an overnight trip will want to purchase more flies and perhaps two leaders. Guides will also be able to help supplement flies throughout the trip. Please call World Cast Anglers with any questions or concerns. Our fly shops in Victor, Idaho (208-787-0082) and Island Park, Idaho (208-558-7068) as well as the Orvis Store in Jackson (307-733-5407) are very helpful and can outfit you with any last-minute items.
South Fork Overnight The overnight camp is well stocked and always ready for your arrival. Our staff will do our best to accommodate your every need at camp. Please make sure to inform the office about any food allergies or dietary restrictions well in advance of your trip. Some necessary items include:
*Sleeping bags and fresh linens provided by WCA
Native Snake River fine spotted and Yellowstone cutthroat trout are our key species as they love to eat dry flies. Rainbow, brown, and brook trout are present in some of our river systems as well as mountain whitefish.
Luxury condos in 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom arrangements. Meals are served at Hayden’s Post, the lodge’s signature restaurant.
Do I need to rent a car?
A. Renting a car is not necessary as we provide complimentary pick up and drop off service from Jackson Hole Airport. The START Bus or South Teton Area Rapid Transit will laso take you all over the town of Jackson and has service out to Teton Village. Your World Cast guide will also provide transportation in most cases to and from the resort on your fishing days.
What to wear?
A. The weather in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem consists of dry summer heat with occasional rainy days. Even though it may look sunny in the morning, weather moves quickly out here and it is always important to bring rain gear in case of the occasional summer shower passing through. We suggest wearing shoes which you don't mind getting wet (i.e. sandals, old sneakers, Crocs etc.) as there will be times when you may need to get your feet wet getting in and out of the boat. Additionally, there will be times in the summer where wet wading, in water no deeper than mid-calf, will be the best way to put both anglers on fish and it would be smart to have shoes which you don't mind getting wet. The water temperatures in the summer are cool, but not too cold on the feet. A hat and sunscreen are necessary for protection from the bright sun and the reflection off the water.