Meet Guide Andrew Drasch!
Our snow levels for the spring are looking fabulous for some world-class fishing this summer. We are very optimistic about our water levels and our guides think we will have a remarkable summer of fishing, so come out to our area this summer and hunt down a wild trophy trout! We offer full-guided fishing trips on EVERY stretch of the Green River in Wyoming! If you’re looking for the trip of the summer, give us a call and we can meet any anglers’ needs. Our July is booking up fast, so call and get on the calendar before it’s too late.
The Green River should start fishing late April or early May this year, so keep checking in with us about current conditions. Once the river breaks open we should have some really good fishing before the run-off. Streamer fishing can be very rewarding this time of the year, so if you’re looking to throw some big bugs and have a chance at the “fish of the year”- you may want to come out before the summer rush of anglers!
The New Fork will open earlier than the Green, due to the controlled flows of this river. Once the ice clears off the river, there will be big browns and ‘bows waiting to start filling up from the cold, slow winter. Make sure you have plenty of streamer colors in your box, as this time of the year the fish can really be on and off certain streamers daily. The fishing is productive with streamers or nymphs alike. Our guides have been tying up their favorite patterns all winter and are ready to help you catch fish!
Our guides are what make Two Rivers successful. We value them and understand that they are our connection from our shop to our clients on our fishing trips. We have, hands down, the best guides in Western Wyoming if you’re looking to fish the Green or New Fork Rivers. Our large Guide team ensures we can match you up with a guide that fits your fishing style, personality, or needs for the trip. Watch for some short “Get to Know Our Guides” videos over the next few fishing reports so that you can get a feel for our excellent team.
This month we want to highlight guide Andrew Drasch . Andrew has been such a big part of our guide team over the last 10 years. He is a fishy dude that eats and sleeps catching fish on the Green and New Fork. He loves fishing and baseball. He works extremely hard to help clients learn how to fish our rivers. Andrew is an essential part of our guide staff and one of the best guides around! Come spend a day with Two Rivers and let Andrew help you learn more about fishing the Pinedale Area.
Guide Andrew Drasch
The Green River is running clear under the ice. We have great snowpack, but we still need a good month or so of winter to be able to predict the summer water conditions better!
NEW FORK RIVER
The New Fork is such a special stretch of water-the river is ice as of now, but this river always opens up before the Green and we will start fishing it in late March or early April! We can’t wait!
An early season brown from the New Fork caught with Andrew Drasch!
SEEDSKADEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
The Green River through Seedskadee is still open near the dam, but the current weather is hard to withstand, so we don’t guide on this section until spring. The start of the season on this tailwater is nearly here-we start to see some decent fishing on this river over the next month. If you’re interested in some early-season streamer or nymph fishing, this river is about ready!
Ice fishing is in full swing and we have reports of some great fishing on Boulder Lake, Green River Lakes, and New Fork Lake.
Til next time: Row On!