Fly fishing in Wyoming was absolutely outstanding on the Bighorn, Wind, and Green River this year. Big water equaled big fish! We would like to thank all of our friends and guests who joined us this season. We are finished with hunting season, the meat is in the freezer, and we would like to show our gratitude by offering WINTER RATES on drift boat trips. Our winter rates are $380 for drift boat trips (one angler or two), so join us for a trip today. The weather lately has been outstanding for December. We are in the season of small nymphs and midges. Keep posted for more guide reports to come soon! This photo is from our friend Dave who caught this brute rainbow Bighorn River trout. Notice the fish tail sticking out of its mouth. Talk about biting off more than you can chew! We pulled the little fish out and it was eight inches long.
Just because the Wind River and some of its tributaries are blown out with early season run-off doesn’t mean anglers cannot take the opportunity to fish the many other waters located near Dubois, Wyoming. We have been fly fishing with Teresa and Jeff this week in snow, sun, rain, and wind and have had an absolute blast. Both Jeff and Teresa caught several nice trout despite these conditions. The SoCal couple definitely “cowboyed up” and kept tight lines and reaped the rewards. The best part of fishing in variable conditions is that we had the water to ourselves! The Bighorn River and the Green River flows are coming down but still remain high. We love to fish the big water, so don’t let it worry you should you be considering a trip to Wyoming to fish.