Reel Time Blog

June 21, 2018
Snake river Wyoming Fishing Guides

We have water

We Have Water!   We have water, and LOTS of IT! the storage capacity is sitting at 99% full.    
June 20, 2018
New Fork River Wyoming Fishing Guides

High Water Once Again Folks

High Water Once Again Folks 6.20.2018 Now that the super intense storms have seemed to have passed from the past few days, we have high water once again folks on the Upper Green River and New Fork Rivers along with all of the tributaries. The rivers are still on the rise so be very careful out there. One of our guides was up on the upper reaches of the Green River on Monday and there was a huge cottonwood tree […]
June 18, 2018
Wyoming Fishing Guides

Wyoming Water Supply Outlook

Wyoming Water Supply Outlook 6.18.2018   The Wyoming Water Supply Outlook from NOAA. HIGHLIGHTS …Wyoming May 2018 precipitation was 120 to 130 percent of average… …Current water year precipitation is averaging 100 to 110 percent of normal across Wyoming… …Mountain snowpack across Wyoming was 80 to 90 percent of median in early June… …Overall, near normal (95 to 105 percent) snowmelt streamflow volumes are still expected across Wyoming during the rest of the snowmelt runoff season… …Wyoming reservoir storages are […]
June 6, 2018

Overnight Camp on the Wind River Indian Reservation

Overnight Camp on the Wind River Indian Reservation 6.6.2018   We’re now very proud to be booking an Overnight Camp on the Wind River Indian Reservation on upper Bull Lake Creek. This trip is not for the faint at heart only for the hearty. The reward is there are some amazing fish in this drainage. There are multiple options when you’re based here at this camp. You can wade the upper creek, fish the lake, float the WILD rapids below the […]
May 29, 2018

Here fishy fishy!

Here fishy fishy!   Please contact us if you’re ready to get your line wet @ 307-413-0669 or email; [email protected]
May 11, 2018

Currently, Our Rivers are Running Very High

Currently, Our Rivers are Running Very High 5.11.18 Currently, Our River Flows are Running Very High in every single drainage that we guide trips on. Every where you see a black dot on the map below is running as high as the charts measure. We have been inundated with requests for early season booking for May and June and all we can say at this moment is we have a lake/stillwater trip that we can count on that’s always available. […]
April 29, 2018
Wyoming fishing Guides

Reel Deal Anglers

Reel Deal Anglers What do the MI Crew of Reel Deal Anglers do on their days off? They Fish!!! Looking forward to another great summer in Wyoming soon!
April 20, 2018

Wyoming Game and Fish to Discuss Local Fisheries

We’re thankful for all that these wildlife managers do for Wyoming. These meetings are very interesting. Wyoming Game and Fish to Discuss Local Fisheries Join the Game and Fish to discuss your local fisheries. 4/19/2018 4:37:13 PM PINEDALE – Fish managers for the Pinedale and Jackson regions of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are inviting anglers to join them at their upcoming meetings to discuss proposed 2019 fishing regulation changes, along with other regional fisheries topics. The Pinedale meeting will […]
April 11, 2018

Early Fishing Plan for the Summer Season 2018

Early Fishing Plan for the Summer Season 2018   4.14.2018 Our early fishing plan for the summer season 2018 goes as follows: June 2018 Lake trips on Soda Lake Late June Float trips on the Green and New Fork (Clarity pending) and possibly the Salt River as well July: Snake mid July (currently the headwaters snowpack is 167%), Green, New Fork, Fontenelle, Red Rock Ranch, Salt River, Wyoming Range walk/wade trips August: Snake, Flat Creek, Green, New Fork, Fontenelle, Red […]
April 4, 2018

The Summer Fishing Season for 2018 is Shaping up to be Fantastic!

The Summer Fishing Season for 2018 is Shaping up to be Fantastic! 4.4.2018 The snowpack in the high country is currently sitting at 125% of a 30 year average, which means the summer fishing season for 2018 is shaping up to be fantastic! If you look at the top map it shows 10″-20″ forecasted for the Wind River Range, which is where the headwaters for the Green and New Fork come from and the Tetons, Gros Ventres and Absarokas, where […]