Wind River Dubois Wyoming Fishing Guides. Join our seasoned and local fishing guides (fourth generation) on the Wind River nestled in Dubois, Wyoming. Healthy Yellowstone Cutthroat trout are abundant in the Wind River region. The freestone section of the Wind River starts on Togwotee Pass west of Dubois. Many miles downriver the Wind turns into the well-know Bighorn River in Wyoming and Montana.
If you want to fish in Wyoming, you must include a stop on the Wind River, or one of the many classic tributaries near Dubois. Whether fishing dry flies, nymphs, or streamers, you will find yourself on the stream alone more often than not. Jackson, Lander, and Thermopolis are a reasonable drive to reach the Wind River and Dubois, Wyoming.
Wind River Dubois Wyoming Fishing Guides Info:
DFA guides utilize both public and private access on the Wind River to avoid other anglers. This helps provide a wilderness-like fishing experience. Our guides provide the best fly fishing experience on both the freestone & tailwater sections of the Wind River.
Wind River in Dubois, Wyoming (freestone): Offering wade fishing, raft fishing, and stillwater fishing (lakes) by boat. Without question, our guide service offers the most options when it comes to fishing locations and access in Dubois. Children/Family fishing adventures are perfect for many of these waters. Dunoir Fishing Adventures’ owner and family have owned and operated the Ram’s Horn Guest Ranch for over 70 years with four generations of local fishing experience to offer. We are under hire by Absaroka Outfitters allowing us to access all waters on the Shoshone National Forest near Dubois.
Wind River below Boysen Dam (tailwater): One of three permitted guide services, Dunoir Fishing Adventures guides in Boysen State Park at the head of Wind River Canyon. This is a great location for trophy-sized trout and scenic views. The Wind River becomes the Bighorn River at Wedding of the Waters located near Thermopolis, Wyoming. Dunoir Fishing Adventures owns 100 acres located on the Bighorn River with private boat access & new facilities coming soon.
These trips will not be forgotten due to the history, geology, and of course the wonderful fishing. Expect to catch: Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout & Mountain Whitefish.