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The 2015 Wasatch Fly Tying & Fly Fishing Expo will be held at the South Towne Expo Center on March 27th & 28th.
The Wasatch Expo Banquet with live action will be Friday, March 27th starting at 5:30 pm. This is our largest fundraising event of the year benefiting the projects of local... [ READ MORE... ]
The Little Bighorn Chapter of Trout Unlimited is presenting a slide presentation and discussion by Blake Jackson on Fishing for Taimen in Mongolia. The event is April 17th at 6pm at the Best Western Downtown Sheridan in Sheridan, WY. Blake Jackson is the Head Guide for Crazy Rainbow Outfitters in... [ READ MORE... ]
Different location this month, Ivy Inn, 1800 8th Street, Cody, WY. 6:00 pm social time and to order from the menu if you like. Business meeting at 6:30. Program follows meeting. Programs will be a presentation by Roy Holm about the Conservation District. Dave Sweet will give an update on Save... [ READ MORE... ]
The local Little Bighorn Chapter of Trout Unlimited, Chapter #615,
is bringing fly tier, fly designer and author Charlie Craven to speak
and demonstrate his fly tying techniques at the Best Western
located in downtown Sheridan, WY on March 20th at 6pm.
Charlie Cravens who lives in Boulder, CO is... [ READ MORE... ]
Second Thursday each month September - May. Public Welcome.Sunset House Restaurant,1651 8th Street, Cody, WY 6:00 pm, social time and to order from the menu if you like. Business meeting at 6:30. Program will be “Walleye predation in Buffalo Bill Res.” Clark Johnson Wyoming G&F
The home waters of our chapter start in the high country of Colorado and flow to its confluence with the renowned North Platte River at historic Fort Laramie.
It's pretty incredible to find fish like this at 10,500 feet in the high mountains of Wyoming. We're truly blessed.