Location: Southeastern Wyoming
Type of stream: Freestone, then tailwater
Angling methods Fly, Spin
Species: Browns, Rainbows, Cutthroat
Season: Year-round Supporting
Services: Saratoga, Casper
Short take: Secluded untamed river in the south, marvelous tailwaters to the north... [ 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... ]
The article in the latest issue of This Is Fly by Steven Brutger is fantastic. Great work Steven. We face similar struggles in other states and this is great awareness piece.
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Posted in Conservation, Curt Gowdy - 205, Wyoming - 9WY, Greater Yellowstone Area, Trout Magazine, Utah - 9UT, Wyoming Range, Rio Grande del Norte, Sportsmen Ride Right, The Green River, TU Endorsed Businesses
You’ve always wanted to fish in Patagonia. Admit it – you have. Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger, we’ve all wanted to fish the legendary water of Argentina. You’ve seen the videos, read about it, and even dreamed about it. It’s on your bucket list. So pull it out of the bucket and just go do it. We’... [ READ MORE... ]
By Aaron Kindle
I am often asked why I choose to spend so much time out in wild country? The question always strikes me as odd. I usually respond with “why not”? I simply can’t imagine a life without wide-open spaces, clear streams and wild critters. It would be a life I wouldn’t want to live.
Most... [ READ MORE... ]
More than two dozen outdoor advocacy groups wrote the US Forest Service this week, asking it to remove almost 45,000 acres-worth of land in the Wyoming Range from consideration for oil and gas leases.
The organizations, including Trout Unlimited and the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, said the land... [ READ MORE... ]
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... ]
I know, I know… legislation that works? No doubt you’re as sore as we are from the political whupping playing out on every public media channel known to man and given the tenor of those commercials, the LAST thing you’re apt to believe is that there’s something coming out of Washington that is... [ READ MORE... ]