Two Rivers Fishing Company
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Outfitter / Fly Shop in Pinedale, Wyoming
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While the majority of our trips are full-day, we do offer half-day trips and can also customize trips to fit any itinerary. Large lunches and beverages, sure to please any palate, are provided. Whether you are floating, going on a wade trip, hitting up the backcountry alpine lakes, experiencing autumn with a Cast and Blast adventure or just starting out with a lesson, Two Rivers is the go-to for the Green River Valley for a reason-book with us for a truly memorable experience that will want you coming back for more.
- Fly-Fishing trips: April through October
- Backcountry trips: July through September
- Cast and Blast trips: late September through October
What Should Customers Bring?
While we recommend our clients use their tried and true equipment whenever possible, we understand the hassles of flying or traveling with fly rods, so we do offer rental equipment (fly rods, reels, waders, boots) if needed. Our guides provide flies relevant to the area and the time of year. We recommend clients select a new leader for their equipment prior to departing for the day’s trip.
- Fishing License (can be picked up in the shop)
- Recommended rods and reels are 5- and 6-weight
- Fresh leader for your fly line (our guides can help you select the appropriate leader.)
- Waders for our wade trips - rarely needed for our guided float trips.
- Bug spray
- Long-sleeved shirts and pants - for sun and bug protection
- Rain jacket and rain pants
- A warm layer, such as a fleece or insulated jacket
- Sunglasses (polarized) for eye protection
Sample of Typical Itinerary
Our trips typically depart from the shop at 8 am and a full-day trip runs until around 4 pm. Half-day trips can run from 8-12 or from 12-4. Guides will transport clients to the launch sites (20-30 minutes). Schools and instruction time run from 2 hours to 3 days. We are very flexible with our trips-contact us to discuss how we can make a custom trip work for you!
Species You Fish for by Season
The Green River and New Fork River valley is host to rainbow, brown, brook, cutthroat, lake, and golden trout all season.
Region/Terrain Where You Fish
We fish streams and lakes located in the Wind River Range and the Wyoming Range, including the famous headwaters of the Green River and the legendary Blue-Ribbon New Fork River, as well as a number of private waters for which we have exclusive access. Our backcountry fishing trips take place at some of the over 2,000 pristine alpine lakes in the Wind River Range. We also can run guided trips on Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge.
Typical Weather by Season
In the spring, expect cool nights in the low to mid 30s with fresh days in the mid 50s. Summer nights can range from the low 40s to mid 60s with daytime temperatures from mid 70s to mid 80s. With fall come cooler temperatures at night-low to mid 30s with milder daytime temps in the mid to upper 60s. Weather changes rapidly and without warning in the mountain west, so always be prepared for afternoon thundershowers at the very least. With inclement weather, the temperature also can drop significantly-bring warm layers too, just in case.
What is Provided to Customer
Our trips are all-inclusive-guides provide flies, large lunches, snacks, beverages and transportation to and from the shop. Rental equipment (rods, reels, waders) is available.
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