The season is winding down as we get ready to close up shop for the season and prepare for winter, but that isn’t stopping us from getting some more fishing in before the rivers freeze. We are still ice-free for the time being and should still be two or three weeks out for much to form around the banks. Nights are cold, but the days are still capping at 65 or more degrees. Browns are almost fully on redds in most areas, but rainbows and cutthroat are still out and about.
For those that aren't quite ready to hang up their fly rods, we've got a new offering of late-fall float trips. Just a few hours away (and a few thousand feet lower elevation) the weather is warmer and there are months left in the season. Head to our "Rivers" Section for more info about Thermopolis float trips.