Give streams draining the west slope of the Grand Teton Range another week or so, and they will join our huge variety of small streams offering great fishing. There is a perception that because a stream is small it will not hold large trout. Don’t believe it! Most of the larger creeks in the South Fork-Palisades Reservoir drainage hold cutthroat that would qualify as large in the South Fork and the reservoir. For sure there are not as many large ones present, but there are much fewer folks fishing these, no boats to intrude on your riffle, and terrific scenery. It’s the same with small streams in the Henry’s Fork drainage and the Salt river drainage. And there are many more small water that hold large trout. Want to get away from the crowds and still have a chance at some large trout in moving water? We can recommend several places where you will have chances. Come in and listen to what we can suggest.