Dunoir Fishing Adventures operates year-round. Please visit our website for more information, updated fishing reports by season and waters we guide.
All full day trips include Orvis fly rods & reels (if needed), flies, tippet and a fresh streamside lunch. Half-day trips provide all of the same without a lunch, but snacks and water provided. Waders can be rented upon request through local fly shop in Dubois, Wyoming.
Our guide service provides anglers an opportunity to fish on some of Wyoming's finest fisheries from the headwaters of the Wind River and its tributaries, located near Dubois, to the classic tail water of the same river, the Bighorn River located in Thermopolis, Wyoming. In addition to guiding and fishing in the Bighorn and Wind River Basins, our guides also provide fishing trips on the Green River near Fontenelle, Wyoming to experience the Southwestern side of the Wind River Mountain Range, which is a completely different experience.
Spring (March-May): Expect all four season during this time frame. Packing for fishing trips in this time frame tends to require clothes for all types of weather from snow, rain, sun and wind. Sometimes all in one day.
Summer (June-August): In the higher altitudes of our region and Dubois you can expect all four seasons in June. As July emerges through August, the weather is beautiful with warm-hot summer days and cool nights. Afternoon thunderstorms can and do roll through. In the Bighorn and Green River Basins the days can be very hot. Trips can be adjusted according to the weather during high heat days.
Fall (September-November): Early fall is probably one of the best times for beautiful weather across Wyoming. Cooler temperatures set in and the dog days of summer have disappeared. As fall progresses weather can be tricky and winter can and does show itself. Be prepared for all types of weather in October-November including snow.
*Full day trips are approximately eight hours. Half-day trips are four hours. Trip times can be adjusted to meet guest's needs by informing guide.
Dubois, Wyoming: Guide will either meet you at local fly shop or pick you up at your lodging, discuss details of trip and set out for fishing location dependent on conditions. Guide will transport you back to meeting location.
Bighorn River: Guide can either pick you up at your lodging or meet you at pre-determined boat ramp in/near Thermopolis. Shuttle is provided and meeting spot will be communicated prior to arrival. Start times are dependent on weather and conditions.
Wind River Boysen State Park Float: Meet guide at Boysen State Park below Boysen Dam at predetermined time. Shuttle requires guest vehicle. Float can include Bighorn River or full day at this location.
Green River Fontenelle, Wyoming: Meet guide in Fontenelle, Wyoming at predetermined time. Shuttle requires guest vehicle. Full day floats only.
Dubois, Wyoming and surrounding area: Yellowstone cutthroat, Brown, Rainbow, Brook, Lake Trout, Splake, Grayling and Whitefish (Spring-Fall with occasional winter days depending on weather).
Bighorn River: Rainbow, Brown, Yellowstone cutthroat trout and the occasional whitefish, carp, walleye (Year-round /weather dependent).
Green River: Rainbow, Brown, Colorado River cutthroat, Lake trout, Kokanee and whitefish (Spring-Fall-with occasional winter days depend on weather).
Q. Do I need to purchase a Wyoming fishing license for my trip?
A. Yes, you need to purchase a fishing license for the day of your trip. It can be purchased online or at locations in the area you are fishing.
Q. Do you provide trips for all levels of anglers?
A. Yes, our guides pride themselves in working with all levels and abilities. You do not have to have any fly fishing experience in order to enjoy a day on the water. Yet, our guides can also provide an amazing day on the water with seasoned anglers.
Q. When is the best time of year to come and fish?
A. It all depends on what type of fishing experience you wish to have. Our guides are available and fishing year-round depending on the weather. We love fishing in the winter with snow as much as fishing in warmth of summer. Contact us and we can discuss your options.