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Summer Forecasts

Posted on: June 19th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

6.19.2016

 

HAPPY FATHERS DAY!

Summer Forecasts

Looking at the Summer Forecasts from NOAA we’re anticipating a warm summer. Check out this link: https://www.climate.gov/news-features/featured-images/noaa-2016-summer-outlook-where-are-highest-chances-hot-summer-us. In anticipation of the warmer temps means we will start our fishing trips earlier in the mornings if the need arises, or starting at the crack of dawn. …

Upper Green River

Posted on: June 10th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

6.10.2016

Upper Green River

The Upper Green River sure has been a roller coaster the past 45 days or so with the extreme weather and temperature swings. The most recent forecast shows one more day, today, with these high temps then the temps get back to “normal” for whatever thats worth. The snowpack …

Summer time crowds

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

6.8.2016

The summer time crowds are here and breaking all kinds of records. Please see the article below published today in the Jackson Hole Daily. We tried to mget gas and groceries at our local store and had trouble getting into the parking lot.

If you’re looking to escape the madness and enjoy some peace …

The Reel Wyoming

Posted on: June 6th, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

The Reel Wyoming

Would you prefer to deal with heavy traffic and people or experience the Reel Wyoming? The Reel Wyoming is all about a quality experience WITHOUT THE MASSES. Our National Parks to the north are being overwhelmed with record crowds and some people have been completely inappropriate harassing the animals, …

Reel Deal Anglers

Posted on: June 1st, 2016 by Rhett No Comments

The Reel Deal Anglers guide staff and management are very proud of our performance ratings and take great pride in delivering a quality experience for our clients. Our guides work very hard as does our staff to insure you have the best opportunities each day. We realize that our clients put their trust in …

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/

You might have heard recently …

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. …