Hidden away deep in the Wyoming Range of western Wyoming, the Greys River is the epitome of a western trout stream.
This stream is a classic tailwater, winding though willows with numerous riffles, in addition to pools and undercut banks.
It’s a stream with undercut banks and thick willows. The Beavers have created numerous ponds that the fish tend to school into.
Ham’s Fork starts high in the mountains of the Bridger-Teton National Forest with an elevation of around 10,000 feet. It is a small stream in its headwaters with several small tributaries.
Crow Creek is located at our Spring Creek Meadows property and is a small tributary of the Salt River.
Enjoy a day of Walk and Wade fishing on our Spring Creek Meadows property. If you like technical fly fishing or stalking big fish, this is the place to test and hone your skills.
These spring creek-like streams, which meander through a private ranch on the outskirts of Big Piney, produce phenomenal trout fishing.
A classic freestone River running thorough wide-open sagebrush, meadow grass fields and the glorious Wind River Mountains
The New Fork River is challenging for all fly fishers, but the rewards of trophy trout are great.
This section runs through a private ranch and has ample opportunity to find the Colorado Cutthroat, Rainbow and Brook trout.
Winding through beautiful private ranches, this small stream offers excellent Cutthroat and Brown trout fishing.
Smith’s Fork is bordered by National Forest and BLM lands. Cast your line in the river and land a Bonneville Cutthroat or German Brown.
Flowing through Star Valley, Wyoming the Salt river is surrounded by amazing scenery and wildlife.
This small creek runs through thick willows and offers anglers the opportunity to catch wild Brook trout throughout the summer with some amazing dry fly action.
Visit the historic Dunham Ranch and fish the Green River. On the ranch there is the remains of an old pony express stage coach stop.