We promise you a wilderness experience that you will remember for a lifetime. Adventures, joy, and relaxation are in store for all who love the great outdoors. We've been packing and guiding in northwestern Wyoming for more than thirty years. The crew, plus our horses and mules, have the experience and know-how to show you the trip of your dreams.
Spend a day or two in the Wyoming mountains fly fishing with some of the most accredited fishing guides in the area!
5-7 Day Trip
Sculpted by glacial activity, the Beartooth Mountain Range is one of the most scenic areas in the Rockies. It features small glaciers, high alpine meadows, glacial tills, timbered canyons and hundreds of lakes and streams teeming with trout.
The Camp that you’ll call home for a few days is a scenic five-mile ride by horse from the trailhead, Nestled near a lake full of trout at the edge of a large meadow.
3-10 Day Trip
Fly fish in the South Fork of the Shoshone River. We leave the trailhead 45 miles from Cody and pack in 15 miles to Marston Creek for the first nights stay. Here, we lay over for a day to fish, sightsee and relax. We then pack into Bliss Creek Meadows, seven miles up the trail towards the headwaters of the river.
This is a beautiful trip with lots of wild animals, fantastic scenery, good fishing and lots of country to explore.
7-10 Day Trip
Early July trips are available to the famous Thorofare country between Cody and Yellowstone Park. This is considered the most remote spot in the lower 48 states. We pack in using trails up Ishawooa or Deer Creek in the Shoshone National Forest. We’ll go over mountain passes at 10,000 feet elevation to enter the Bridger Teton National Forest and the Thorofare River basin. Once in this area, we go down to the river and camp.