fall fishing

The Snake continues to fish well! Keith got his first taste of western fly fishing, fishing dries all day long!

keith's  cutthroat


Fooled by the Double Humpy

September was a blur around here; lots of fishing trips with
great folks. While most days have been spent on the Snake,
I’ve also had folks over in Dubois, down on the Green and on the
Elk Refuge, fooling cutthroat, rainbows, browns; even the odd
brook trout. As guiding slows down for me in another week or so,
I’ll be posting more content on my blog. In the meantime, I
thought I’d share a picture of Grant and his Green river rainbow
trout; caught on a double humpy dry fly! Grant’s was able to
sneak in a few days of fly fishing with his dad before having to
head back to college.

Grant's rainbow

A few hours in the morning

As some of you may know, I’m a bit of a Flat Creek junkie. I
love the challenge of fishing to selective trout in slow, clear
water. I’ve spent some days over the past few weeks guiding
folks on it, but today was my day. Despite having a long list of
things to take care of on my day off, I managed to fish it this
morning for a few hours and had a blast. Here’s one of the fish
that fell for my fly…



Good folks and fishing

Fishing continues to keep me busy around here. I’ve had the pleasure of fishing with some great folks over the past few weeks; both return clients who have become friends, and new folks that I hope will come back. Below are a few snapshots from our adventures….

One of the nice local trout that was brought to the net…

Snake river cutthroat in net

The ladies from NYC enjoying their first fly fishing outting…

ladies first fly fishing trip

Rick showing off one of the many cuttroat trout he caught while fishing the Snake..

nice fish!

Mark with a beauty..

mark's fish

Craig connecting on Flat Creek…

sticking it on flat creek

a hard fought battle ends!…