The Wood River is among the finest freestone streams in the country. Its numerous insect hatches and rapid fish growth rate make for large eager trout. It is populated predominantly by rainbows, but browns and brook trout can be found scattered throughout its 40 plus miles of fishable waters. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned fly-fisher, the Wood River is a pleasurable fish. The ‘Big Wood’ can be easily waded after spring runoff in June and can be fished with dry flies, nymphs or streamers all season, including the winter months.