Words and Images by Steven Brutger
Between the spring thaw and the first fall snow, there is a small window where you can access the Wyoming high country. Places like Little Mountain and the Wyoming Range, which are home to thriving populations of deer and elk as well as native trout, are... [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Wyoming Range, Little Mountain, Sportsmen Ride Right, The Green River, Wyoming - 9WY, Great Basin Chapter - 705, High Desert Anglers - 620, High Country Fly Fishers - 599, Weber Basin Anglers - 681, Stonefly Society - 048, Cache Anglers - 665
This Is Fly Magazine takes a look into the personal account of one man's adventures on the famous Green River outside of Dutch John, Utah. Flip through the beautifully designed digital pages of this magazine and you will find yourself spending more time on your lunch break than you had originally... [ READ MORE... ]
Steven Brutger and Louis Cahill search for Cutthroats and Balance in the Wyoming Range in the most recent issue of This Is Fly Magazine. Please have a look and read why the Wyoming Range should stay as it is.
If you haven't read Louis Cahill and Kent Klewein's blog 'Gink and Gasoline' take some... [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Stream Ambassadors, Drift Boats, Conservation, West of The Rockies, Photographers, Colorado TU, Boulder Flycasters - 082, Fly Fishing Film Tour, The Front Porch, Backcountry, Trout Magazine, Climate Change, Idaho Trout Unlimited, Renewable Energy, Wyoming Range, Little Mountain, Thompson Divide, Rio Grande del Norte, Sportsmen Ride Right, The Green River, Alpine Triangle, Dolores River, National Public Lands Day - 2013
National Public Lands Day is Saturday September 28, 2013. Get out to support your public lands.
The wind blows in Wyoming. So much so that over much of its southern acreage, trees live in a constant state of sideways, bowing to the prevailing forces. Tumbleweed bounces through prairie sagebrush. The earth’s guts, buttes, and sawtooth ridgelines live outside its skin—exposed. There are rivers... [ READ MORE... ]
The Greater Little Mountain Coalition (GLMC) is composed of sportsmen’s organizations and concerned citizens who want to see Little Mountain’s rugged and sensitive landscape continue to support abundant wildlife and fish populations. But with over 50 percent of the area currently leased for oil and... [ READ MORE... ]