Cameron and Leah Richards visited the Feathered Hook water this past weekend. Cameron and I went out onto the Smith's Fork early Thursday morning after Bonneville Cutthroat. Hoppers continued to be the ticket throughout the day. Cameron had the opportunity of reeling in a 19...

These last two days have been spent around Smith's Fork. Remington Roberts and I set out to add the native Bonneville Cutthroat to his Wyoming Cutt Slam list. We set out late Tuesday morning not knowing what to expect with the hatch. As we arrived,...

Our Teton Wilderness 2013 trip was very successful this year. High numbers of Cutthroat had entered the creeks and rivers prior to our arrival, so finding the fish was not an issue. These Yellowstone Cutthroat were aggressive and readily attacked our flies. ...

Tonight started off slowly as the fish were feeding subsurface only. By 6 o'clock the sky became filled with caddis, drakes, and PMD's. The Cutthroat and Brookies were the most active feeders on the surface while the Brown Trout remained in the deeper holes. It...

This past Thursday we embarked for the Teton Wilderness. We departed bright and early for base camp near Moran, Wy. When we arrived, the entire crew was up and ready to help us saddle and load our gear up. We began on our long horse...

This past weekend I had the opportunity to spend 3 days with Dalton and Stacy Richards on Feathered Hook water. While fishing the Spring Creeks, there was an abundant hatch of PMD's along with a few caddis fly hatches. The Brown Trout fed on the...

This year's Teton Wilderness Pack trip is looking promising this year. Just heard a report that the fish are there and in big numbers. Join Feathered Hook and enjoy an adventure of a lifetime on this incredible trip into the one of the...

Spring Creek Meadows- This season’s low water and warm weather had little effect on the Meadows cabin spring creeks. Strong hatches of callibaetis and PMD’s really had the fish looking up. Cruising browns, cutthroats and brookies’ readily took dry flies throughout...

One of the most fun and unique ways to target rainbow trout is by ‘mousing’. Small voles and other rodents often find themselves in the water, and our bigger predatory rainbows and browns are always on the lookout for a meal that’s even more filling...

In the past week, with nicer weather and temperatures in the low 80's, the Calibaetis mayflies have been fairly substantial. Along with the Calibaetis, the yellow sally's are showing up in abundance as well. Needless to say dry fly action is picking up...

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