Tag Archives: wyoming

Story: A Match Made in Heaven. . .Trout Heaven, That Is

Written by: Mike Kaul, Two Rivers Emporium


Carolyn and Fred’s love of fly fishing brought them together.
Photo courtesy Mike Kaul

A while back, I received a phone call from a lady who wanted to participate in the Wyoming Cutt-Slam. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department sponsors this program to call attention to the plight of the four sub-species of. . .

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Trout Bum of the Week XIX: Brown Hobson


Written by: Phil Monahan

Brown Hobson has worked professionally in the Rockies and the Southeast.
Photo courtesy Brown Hobson

A couple years ago, we ran a series called “Trout Bum of the Week,” in which we highlighted some of the guys living the good life. . .of a sort. (See the bottom of this post for a link to the previous installments.) This is our second round of profiles. Most of the subjects are guides who have turned. . .

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Trout Bum of the Week XIV: Mike Dawkins


Written by: Phil Monahan

Mike Dawkins, of WorldCast Anglers, with gorgeous Idaho steelhead
Photo courtesy Mike Dawkins

A couple years ago, we ran a series called “Trout Bum of the Week,” in which we highlighted some of the guys living the good life. . .of a sort. (See the bottom of this post for a link to the previous installments.) Last week we launched another round of profiles. Most of the subjects are guides who have turned their. . .

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Photos of the Day: Searching for a Trophy Cutthroat on Flat Creek

Written by: Andy Bennett


After months of trying, the author finally landed the Flat Creek cutthroat he’d been after.
Photo by Andy Bennett

There are those that say cutthroats are easy to fool and poor fighters, but I’m guessing those people have not fished Flat Creek on the National Elk Refuge outside of Jackson, Wyoming. This (spring-like) creek holds. . .

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Salt River Study: Fish, Ditches & Pelicans

Written by: Jim Gregory


A WY Game & Fish employee holds a healthy trout from the Salt River
Photo by Trout Unlimited

Everyone who has been around irrigation water for very long knows that fish sometimes end up in canals and ditches. But how many fish end up there, what becomes of them, and how it affects the fish population are much more difficult questions, and answers vary widely between canals. Trout Unlimited, Wyoming Game and. . .

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Fish Story: Wyoming is for (Cutthroat) Lovers

Written by: Mike Dawkins


The Cutt Slam program combines education and challenge of catching Wyoming’s four sub-species of trout.
Banner via cuttslam.com

I, probably like many anglers, have had a love and hate relationship with cutthroat trout. When I first moved to the Jackson Hole area in January of 2005, I could not satisfy my angling appetite for cutthroats. They were different, they were new, they loved to. . .

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