Today's Blog Post
Q: Do you offer services in the Snowy Range, Wyoming?
A: Yes, we offer lessons and guiding.
Q: Is the fishing difficult?
A: No. It's one of the best locations to learn how to fly fish because there are plenty of hungry fish - you will catch many fish and learn critical skills - the experience is like training wheels for fly fishing.
Q: Why fly fish in the Snowy Range?
A: 1) No traffic and fewer people. 2) Escape summer heat - cool off at +/- 10,000 feet - in July, daily high temps range between 75-80 degrees, and night temps range between 40-60 degrees. 3) Stunning scenery, wildlife, and great alpine lake and creek fishing.
A: It's located in the Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming - approximately one hour from Laramie and Saratoga.
A: The park contains over 100 alpine lakes, and range in size, from tiny to large.
Q: Are the lakes far to walk?
A: There are a handful of lakes that offer park and 5-10 minutes easy walk-in. Other lakes are 1-4 miles away, or 1-2 hours walk-in. Trails are marked and hiking is easy/moderate.
Q: We might camp in the Snowy Range or stay in the Saratoga or Laramie area - can we do a fly casting lesson one day, and then hire you to guide us the next day?
A: Yes. We highly recommend the combination of fly casting lessons and guiding. In fact, we can customize a fly fishing program for you, e.g. 1-2 hours casting instruction, followed by 2-6 hours of guiding (catching fish), on the same day or multiple days.
Q: How long is a day of guiding and what are your prices?
A: We offer four, six, and eight hours per day. Please see pricing information in the link below.
|Expect to see lots of wildlife|
|Lakes and creeks hold tons of beautiful Brook Trout|
|11,000 feet. One hour walk from parking lot.|