We take care of all trip logistics. A day on the river with us is an experience that we strive to make as CONVENIENTFUN, and SAFE as possible. Full day fly fishing trips usually last around 8 hours (4 to 5 hours for a half day) and start with a pickup at your local accommodations in or around the Jackson Hole area. We then make a stop at a local fly shop to get everyone Wyoming fishing licenses (kids under 14 don't need licenses) or if you've already purchased your license online and printed it out by clicking here, we head straight to the river. The rest of the day is spent at your leisure, fishing and floating downstream by drift boat (or fishing on foot for hike in trips) in some of the most beautiful areas Wyoming has to offer. Your guide will prepare a fresh lunch for full day trips and bring snacks for half day trips. If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know in advance. If you do a floating fishing trip, a shuttle service will drive your guide's vehicle and trailer to the downstream takeout location on the river so it is waiting for you on arrival. Then it's back to town to get dropped off at your local accomodations or anywhere else you'd like in the area. We are a FULLY INSURED GUIDE SERVICE.

WHAT TO BRING

Clothes for the weather (your guide will have extra layers)

Hat

Sunglasses

Any medications you may need

Gratuity for your guide if you had a great time

WHAT WE PROVIDE 

Expert guide

Fish! (although it is impossible to guarantee as fishing is fishing, almost all of our trips catch fish)

Fly rods and reels

Flies (thousands)

Vehicle and transportation

Drift boat

Lunch and snacks

Soft drinks

Water

Camera

First Aid Kit

Sunscreen

Bug repellent

Extra Sunglasses

Waders and wading boots if needed (if it's a colder day)

Folding picnic table

Folding picnic chairs

Condiments, cutlery, and napkins

Entomology tools

Sun gloves

Winter gloves

Extra warm layers

Waterproof layers

Toilet paper

Drybag

Radio

GPS navigation and satellite communication

Multitool

Knife

Rope

Fishing net

More sunscreen!

Duct tape

Forceps

Fluorocarbon AND Monofilament tippet

Nippers and reamer

Lead split shot

Tin split shot (can't use lead in Yellowstone!)

Powder floatant

Gel floatant

CDC oil

Backup rods and reels and lines

Water temperature thermometer

Boat plugs

Sun buffs (more sun protection)

Bungee cords

Throw bag

Oars

Spare Oar

Lighter

Super glue

Plastic bags

Paper towels

More duct tape!

Anchor

Anchor line

Bailer

Carabiners

Cooler

Cold packs for cooler

Extra oarlocks and pins

Extra boat plugs

Hatchet

Shuttle fee

Spare tire for trailer

Key for the lock on the spare tire for the trailer

Ibuprofen for headaches that you may have after reading long lists

Jokes

Stories

Are you still reading this??? If so, we commend you. You, like us, are a GEAR GOD. But don't worry, we have everything you need and a lot you don't and yes, it all fits into a driftboat comfortably with plenty of room to spare.