Wyoming Flying Fishing Blog

Brown Trout in the Salt River. Dropping temperatures have begun to spark the annual Fall migration of big Brown Trout up the Salt River.  Early fish are usually very aggressive and very willing to grab at streamers invading their territory.  The Salt is low and clear...

Feathered Hook 2014 Fly Fishing has been very exciting.  A special thanks to all of our guest who joined us for some great fly fishing.  We've had some great times and caught some really great fish!  Guests from ages 5 to 92 were able to...

Hoppers Are Here! The hoppers are out and the fish are hungry! With dry flies clouding all visual perception, the trout are eating any well-presented fly—but when the hoppers begin to take over the grasslands, the local trout begin to look up with a ferocious appetite! The water in...

Big Browns and High-Fives Here at the Spring Creek Meadows,  Brown Trout provide some of the most exciting fly fishing out there.  If you like to "Hunt" for big Browns, there are plenty to fulfill your obsession. Just a few days ago, a client and I had...

Spring Creek Fundraiser trip We couldn't ask for better weather this past weekend on the Fathered Hook Spring Creeks with clients Jay and Katey.   The fish were actively feeding all day long.   The big Browns have been coming up into the shallows rooting for scuds, sow...

With temperatures warming up slowly, we are seeing fish taking advantage of the improved Spring Creek Habitat.   Trout are taking up positions in the rehabilitated Spring Creeks and are eating quite comfortably.  With more improvements on the way, we should have an outstanding season this...

A few evenings ago on the Spring Creeks in Afton,  a few Feathered Hook guides took a few casts after feeding horses.   Six fish and three species later (in less than 30 minutes) the fishing bug was satisfied, for the moment.  The fish are hungry and willing to eat. Fish have...