Here’s a quick, to-the-point video, narrated by Snake River and Teton Pass Ambassador Jay Pistono, that explains why it is so important for all of us to drain, clean and dry our. . .
Written by: Bob Reece
The author with a beautiful colored-up brown trout.
Photos courtesy Bob Reece
My home state of Wyoming has just a shade over five hundred thousand permanent residents. In my mind, that’s a beautiful thing. While it lacks an abundance of people, it is overflowing with. . .
Maggie Mae shows off a gorgeous Madison River brown, from inside the Park.
All photos courtesy Maggie Mae Kuhlman
Lone Mountain Ranch guide (and former Trout Bum of the Week) Maggie Mae Stone sent in another great set of photos from Yellowstone National Park, along with a. . .
Written by: Justin Hays, The Lodge at Palisades Creek
On Sunday, our head guide, Jaason Pruett, was guiding Matt McDonald and Mike Dubose on the main stem of the Snake River, about an hour away from our lodge here on the South. . .
The first fish on Andy’s new Recon was this streamer-eating brown from the Lewis River in YNP.
Photo by Andy Bennett
When we tallied the votes in our “20 September Days” Contest, reader Andy Bennett came out on top with a gorgeous image of a Wyoming cutthroat. His prize was a new Recon rod (he chose. . .
Written by: Maggie Mae Stone, The Tackle Shop
Browns are on the prowl in fall in Yellowstone National Park.
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Stone
Last week, I had the chance to fish in Yellowstone National Park for three full days. This is my annual trip, and the Park always produces some amazing fish this time of year. Although the. . .
As you surely know by now, we post a Friday Film Festival each week, featuring the best videos from around the world. This week, in addition to all the action-filled productions, there were. . .
Here’s the latest from Trey Mullen—a guide at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming—celebrating the end of summer in southern Wyoming. The trout of the North Platte are fattening. . .
Here’s a cool video from the Cowboy State, focused on the killer hatches of drakesbrown, green, and graythat bring some big fish to the surface. This video is a bit long, but there are some. . .
Bob poses on a favorite trout stream with his best fishing buddy, his son, Quentin.
Photo by Bob Reece
Bob Reece is a junior-high science teacher from Cheyenne, Wyoming, who spends his summer guiding for North Park Anglers in Walden, Colorado. He also works with the Cheyenne. . .