Just minutes away from the fisherman’s paradise, the South Fork of the Snake River, The Old Irwin Lodge offers fishing guests the opportunity to experience world-class fly fishing. Whether you are an experienced angler or fly fishing for your first time, The Old Irwin Lodge is the perfect launch point for your Idaho fly fishing adventure on the South Fork of the Snake River.
|FISHING PACKAGES||LODGING & DINING||GUIDED FISHING||PACKAGE TOTAL|
|2 Nights Accommodations||$870||1 Day of Guided Fishing – $595||$1465|
|3 Nights Accommodations||$1306||2 Days of Guided Fishing – $1190||$2496|
|4 Nights Accommodations||$1740||3 Days of Guided Fishing – $1785||$3525|
|5 Nights Accommodations||$2174||4 Days of Guided Fishing – $2380||$4554|
|6 Nights Accommodations||$2615||5 Days of Guided Fishing – $2975||$5590|
Our fishing package is based on double occupancy, 2 fisherman per suite.
- Spacious, comfortable and well-appointed accommodations
- Full Hearty Breakfasts each morning
- 4 Course Gourmet dinners nightly
- Fishing Guide and Boat, 1 or 2 anglers
(Contact Lodge for 3rd fisherman pricing)
- Fishing equipment and gear
- Lunch on the River
Not Included in the Package Rate(s): Fishing license(s), Flies and Guide Gratuity
Customize Your Fly Fishing Adventure!
You may Customize your Fishing Package: You may want to stay longer, or fish less and see the National Parks. Maybe even take a scenic float trip or enjoy a whitewater adventure, ride into the mountains on horseback or even have Dinner in Jackson Hole one evening. Just let us know. Contact the Lodge to customize your Package and ask for Debby.
The close proximity of the Old Irwin Lodge to the South Fork of the Snake River affords our fishing guests the opportunity to experience some of the best fly fishing in North America. Whether you are an experienced angler or fly fishing for the first time, the Old Irwin Lodge is the perfect venue for that fishing experience in Eastern Idaho.
Call the Old Irwin Lodge to book your Idaho Fly Fishing Adventure on the South Fork of the Snake River.