Finally getting some time to catch up on the Blog. My weeks have been busy fishing anglers on our local rivers. The dry fly fishing has been really good as you’d expect this time of year. With October nearing, I’m looking forward to more good fishing, both with dry flies for our native cutthroat trout and also with streamers for large brown trout.
Great day on the water with Dennis and Tutu. Tutu fished dries with some southern flair and shows off one of his cutthroat trout from the Snake River.
Always fun fishing folks out of the Teton Fly Fishing cabin. Allows us to fish remote waters for gems like this… Brook trout in the fall are about as pretty a fish as you can catch.
Jamie and I got to fish together on a day off. We hit the spring creeks in the park and Jamie fooled this guy with a caddis fly.
Mark shows off a nice Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Always fun fishing him and his friends every September. Despite having to cover some ground, fish were eager to take our dry flies.