Located in the heart of some of the greatest fishing in the Rocky Mountain West, the staff members at WorldCast Anglers are the regional experts for fly fishing in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Whether you need professional assistance with a new rod purchase, picking out some of our “custom” fly patterns exclusive to our shop or need advice on your next international fishing adventure; we are here to help. Our knowledgeable and educated staff is always available to answer any questions you may have about the area, gear, flies, and fishing opportunities.
What is Provided:
WorldCast Anglers provides the following for all outfitting trips: WCA Professional Guide, transportation to and from a central meeting point, driftboat or raft, full shoreside lunch with drinks and refreshments, fly fishing rods and reels, terminal tackle, a tent camp (overnight trips only), private chef (overnight trips only), meals and complimentary beer and wine (overnight trips only).
What is not provided: Small selection of flies (chosen by the guide of what is working best), fishing licenses, gratuity for guides and camp staff (if you choose to give so).
What to Bring:
Fly fishing is fun! Bring a good attitude and attainable expectations. Please communicate your expectations with your guide so that you are on the same page for identifying your needs and wants and keys for success for your day on the water. At WorldCast Anglers, is our goal to provide our clients with the highest possible service and to have them leave our waters with memories of fish and knowledge that last a life time.
This list includes items that most anglers use during a fly-fishing trip with WorldCast Anglers. Each guide carries Orvis fishing equipment, which guests are welcome to use at no extra cost. Fly selection varies with the time of year. Each guide will assist clients in selecting about a dozen flies for a full-day trip as well as one new leader from the our fly shop at the start of each trip. Guides will also be able to help supplement flies throughout the trip.
Primary rods are 5 and 6 wt rods. 4 and 7wt. rods may be brought along for specific use. Reels with dependable drag systems and floating lines to match rods. Full sinking and sink-tip lines are used for streamer and lake fishing applications. Breathable chest waders for winter, spring, and late fall conditions. Wading sandals or wading boots with neoprene booties work great for wet wading in the summer.
- Bug repellant
- Shorts or quick-dry pants
- Long-sleeved, quick-dry shirt
- Rain jacket and pants
- Sweater/fleece pullover
- Polarized Sunglasses
- 2X, 3X, 4X leaders
- 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X tippet
- General Summer Selection
- Chernobyl ants (tan, red, yellow, orange), sizes 6, 8, 10, 12
- South Fork Chernobyl, sizes 6, 8, 10
- Stimulators (royal, yellow, orange), sizes 10, 12, 14
- Chubby Chernobyls (red, tan, golden), sizes 8, 10, 12
- Hoppers (Dave's, Schroeder's, and grand), sizes 6, 8, 10, 12
- Parachute adams, sizes 12, 14, 16, 18
- PMX's (yellow, red, peacock), sizes 8, 10, 12
- Parachute cream and rusty), sizes 16, 18
- Caddis (Goddard, elk hair,) sizes 14, 16
- Bead head copper johns (copper, red), sizes 12, 14, 16
- Pat's rubberleg stonefly nymph (brown, org/brown, tan/brown) sizes 6, 8, 10
- Bead head prince nymphs, sizes 14, 16
- Bead head hare's ear and pheasant tail, sizes 12, 14, 16
- Tungsten jig pheasant tails, sizes 12, 14, 16
- Duracell, sizes 12, 14, 16
- Lightning bug, sizes 16, 18
- J.J. specials, sizes 4, 6
- Kreelex, sizes 4, 6
- Dungeon (black, olive, and natural), sizes 4