Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Outfitter located on Main Street in Park City, Utah. We are 30 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport.

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Park City Fly Fishing Guides

Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Outfitter

Phone icon(435) 631-9933 Email iconlayne@flyfishpc.com Link iconparkcityflyfishingguides.com
333 Main Street • Suite D2
Park City, Utah 84060


  • Brown, Rainbow and several species of native Cutthroat trout.
  • Fish the Provo, Weber, Strawberry, Bear (Private Access on 4 Ranches) and various small and remote streams in the Uinta Basin. We also offer drift boat trips on the Upper Green River in southwest Wyoming.
  • Our guides are professional and are as comfortable providing instruction to first time anglers as they are spending time with seasoned and experienced anglers.
  • Rates start at $380 for a local 2 person half day walk and wade.
  • Season runs February to November.

Orvis is pleased to offer our travel customers access to two valuable services: Global Rescue travel membership and IMG Signature Travel Insurance℠.

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The Story

We are Dedicated to the Craft and Committed to our Guests.

Why trust us with your experience?

We started our company seven years ago with the goal of providing our guests with the best possible combination of fishing opportunities and customer service available. Quality guides make the difference between a good and great day on the river. We limit the number of trips we book based on the number of professional and experienced guides we have available. Under NO circumstances will we sacrifice the quality of your trip and send you out with an under-qualified guide.

If you have never been on a guided trip you should not be intimidated. Many first time guests are under the impression that guides spend every day of their lives fishing with the finest anglers in the world. Nothing could be further from the truth. We spend as much or more time with beginning and intermediate anglers. We are kind, patient and take great joy in participating in your success. We provide you with a wide range of high quality gear and all of our guides are trained to keep you dry and safe on the river.

We pride ourselves in acquiring and developing partnerships with ranches and landowners in the surrounding areas. These relationships allow us to provide experienced guests with a unique and private experience that is free from overcrowding and angler pressure.

Both half and full day trips are available. Each of our guides can handle up to two anglers and they will call in advance to confirm the details of your trip.

Gear Recommendations:

Dress according to the season and variable weather conditions (rain jacket, hat, polarized sunglasses, sunscreen, good pair of socks and a change of clothes).

What is Provided:

We provide all necessary fly fishing equipment, including waders, boots, flies, and tackle—all at no additional cost. Included in our regular half and full day guided fly fishing trips is a freshly iced cooler with drinks and snacks.

What to Bring (Additional):

  • Utah Fishing License
  • Comfortable pants or shorts to wear under waders
  • Socks
  • Rain Jacket
  • Appropriate layers (Puffy, Fleece or Sweatshirt possible thermal layer depending time of year).
  • Hat or visor
  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Repellant (summer months only)
  • Camera

Middle Provo River:

Framed by majestic Mt. Timpanogos as it meanders through the meadows of the Heber Valley, the Middle Provo River feels like a rugged mountain stream making love to a mellow spring creek. Only twenty minutes from Park City, this tailwater boasts a population of 3,500 wild and self-sustaining trout per mile.

Despite its ease of access and sustained angler pressure this section of the river is arguably one of the most healthy fisheries in the lower 48. With consistent water temps, an abundance of aquatic life and year round hatches the Middle Provo River is truly a year round fishery. The fishability and ease of access make this one of our more popular destinations, especially for half day trips and beginner to intermediate anglers.

Lower Provo River:

As the river flows through the impoundment of Deer Creek Reservoir it begins its descent down the deep and narrow limestone walls of Provo Canyon. Like its upstream sibling, the Middle Provo River, this tailwater is very healthy and fishable throughout most parts of the year. The Lower Provo River’s unique and consistent conditions of flow and temperature foster a rather large population of freshwater crustaceans, more specifically in trout speak “Sowbugs”. The consistent availability of these micro isopods allows the trout to thrive and grow to rather obscene proportions in this section of river. Average size is 16-18 inches with some trout being as wide as they are long. Nymphing to ripping rainbows, gorging on sowbugs, is very much the game here. However, late march brings an epic Blue Winged Olive hatch. The scenery is spectacular and this is very much a guide favorite, especially early in the season.

Weber River:

Often overlooked and therefore uncrowded, the Weber River provides an excellent alternative to the sometimes over-crowded Provo River. It is a medium sized stream and is located twenty minutes northeast of Park City. There are both freestone and tailwater sections, the most accessible being a 15 mile stretch, paralleling I-80, between the agricultural communities of Wanship and Coalville, Utah. Hatches are consistent with an overabundance of caddis appearing in early May. Brown trout are the most prevalent species; however, we do see rainbow and cutthroat trout from time to time. Access is fairly straight forward and the topography is conducive to easy and comfortable wading.

Upper Green River:

The Upper Section of the Green River is located in Southwestern Wyoming under the western shadows of the Wind River Range. This particular part of the drainage is home to some of the region's largest and hardest fighting fish. Species include rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout. You will consistently have chances at fish in the 18-22” range, with an occasional chance of a much larger fish just around the bend. The fishery is remote and will, at times, test your will as an angler. Wind and inconsistent weather patterns are your constant companions. Perseverance and patience are required to succeed in this environment. The river is also in proximity of a federal bird refuge and is home to a rich variety of avian species.These trips are available for a full day only and require some travel. Lodging and limited dining are available in the town of Kemmerer, Wyoming which is a two hour drive from Park City. The boat ramp is an additional 30 minutes from town. Beginners will struggle and we recommend this trip for experienced anglers only. Advanced booking is encouraged to secure prime dates.

Bear River:

Located primarily in Wyoming the Bear River drains the north slope of the Uinta Mountains. We have access to several private ranches. These trips are walk and wade and are recommended for mobile experienced guests. Elevation is approximately 8,000 feet. These high altitude freestones provide opportunities for Brown, Rainbow, Brook and specific to the drainage Bear River Cutthroat trout.

You can find all pricing and rate information at https://www.parkcityflyfishingguides.com/trips-rates/

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