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Yellowstone Crowds

Posted on: May 23rd, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

5,23.2016

As the summer season soon approaches so do the Yellowstone crowds. With the 100 year anniversary celebration you can bet your boots the crowds will be thicker than ever. Check out the article from National Geographic which addresses the 50 million dollar question; are we loving Yellowstone to death? http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/05/yellowstone-national-parks-land-use/

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Green River Pinedale Area Fishing Guides

Posted on: May 16th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

Green River Pinedale Wyoming Fishing Guides

Our Green River Pinedale Wyoming Fishing Guides are a dedicated and professional crew who deeply care for this amazing drainage and fishery. Each and every guide is passionate and professional and will help make your fishing trip one that you’ll cherish for the rest of …

Riverside Camp

Posted on: May 12th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

 

 

5.12.2016

Fancy the idea of getting off the river, kicking your boots off and sitting next to a fire and chillaxing at our new riverside camp!  Recently, I purchased a pop up camper that’s fully equipped with a a/c, heater, comfy heated beds and a warm shower. For a limited time this summer …

Wyoming Fishing and Runoff Update

Posted on: April 23rd, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

Wyoming Fishing and Runoff Update

4.23.2016

The latest Wyoming fishing and runoff update so far this spring has been consistent with the wild temperature and moisture swings that we’ve been experiencing now for quite some time. All I know if you look at the charts you can see for yourself. I’m no hydrologist …

Chironomid Fishing Techniques

Posted on: April 7th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

4.7.2016

Chironomid Fishing Techniques

Chironomids undergo a complete metamorphosis, including a larva, pupa, and adult stage. Chironomids will live in the larva stage for up to two years before turning into pupa to begin their migration to the surface to hatch into adults. Trout feed on chironomid larva, pupa, and adults. …

World population growth

Posted on: March 31st, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

World Population Growth

 

The World Population Growth has sure contributed to the increasing pressure on the rivers, lakes and streams around the area. It seems to be emblematic of the population growth, especially where the distance to a major population center is within 4 hours.

 

Our main program is to get you, …

Fly fishing Tips

Posted on: March 24th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

Fly Fishing Tips

 

When fly fishing with a professional guide, there are a few fly fishing tips you can practice to ensure a great guided fishing trip. — As a guide, we are responsible for 3 main things. 1) Your safety. 2) Improving your fly fishing skills 3) Catching fish. If we …

Upper Green River Wyoming

Posted on: March 17th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

 

Upper Green River Wyoming

The Upper Green River is truly a very special and magical place, which is being considered for designation for permanent protection. The Upper Green River is cherished by Wyoming residents and visitors from across the nation for its magnificent scenery, abundance and diversity of wildlife, and world-class recreational …

Snowpack near normal

Posted on: March 8th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

Please see the article below further explaining the condition of our snowpack. In winter’s later stages, snowpack near normal

POSTED: TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016 4:30 AM

While major storms have spared western Wyoming valley floors for weeks, monitoring equipment up in the mountains is …

Wyoming Snowpack

Posted on: March 8th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

3/7/2016

Wyoming Snowpack

It’s been about a month since the last time I blogged about the Wyoming  snowpack and thankfully, it’s still holding steady. We’ve had some unseasonably mild temps, mixed with rain in the valleys over the past few weeks, which has melted the low level snowpack. Therefore, the water …