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Cast and Blast Trips

In the fall, Two Rivers Fishing Company offers Cast and Blast guided trips, which are combination fly fishing and bird hunting excursions. Packed with a ton of options, our clients can choose to hunt in the morning and fish in the afternoon, or vice versa. Or, if multi-day is your ideal, fish one day and hunt the next. We can customize any trip to your specifications and ensure you have a memorable experience. The only person more tired than you at the end of this awesome adventure will be your guide.

Full-Day Trip

Starting at $799

A full-day Cast and Blast guided trip packs a lot of action into a single day. Between fishing the best waters in western Wyoming for feisty fall trout and bird hunting from the banks against a scenic backdrop that is almost too spectacular to be real, it’s tough to beat a full day on the water with that kind of variety. Our expert guides work hard to ensure a successful day on the river, so grab a friend and experience this unique autumn adventure with us.

Three-Day Package

Starting at $2,599

Our three-day Cast and Blast offering is our most popular because all of you hard-working weekend warriors can experience the best of Wyoming’s world-class fly fishing and bird hunting over a long weekend rather than the fast and furious single day approach. This package includes two nights lodging for one or two clients, so grab a buddy and let our knowledgeable guides help plan a memorable trip on the best water in the West.

Five-Day Package

Starting at $4,399

Our five-day clients aren’t messing around, and neither are we. For a true western adventure, our five-day Cast and Blast trips are tough to beat. Our clients will experience a variety of the best trout fishing rivers in the state, paired with riverbed hunting of migratory waterfowl to make for a truly unique and memorable trip. Priced right for one or two people, this package includes four nights of lodging and five days of awesome adventure.

Why Wyoming?

Wyoming is divided by two major flyways: the Pacific and the Central, and provides an important habitat for breeding and migrating waterfowl throughout the state’s grasslands and riparian corridors. Within Pinedale and Sublette County specifically, the New Fork River and Green River watersheds provide plenty of migrating and resident waterfowl for avid hunters. Pinedale is home to the largest mountain range in the state; the Wind River Range offers a compelling backdrop for any outdoor adventure, and is home to a vast array of wildlife. Renowned as one of the last truly wild frontiers in the states, there is no doubt that this area is an adventurer’s paradise. From glaciers to Golden trout, or moose to mallards, Wyoming has it all. So the question really isn’t “Why Wyoming?” The question you must ask yourself is, “Why NOT Wyoming?”

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The Birds and the…Trout

A wide variety of waterfowl and other animals stake their clam in the vast area surrounding Pinedale. Cast and Blast clients can expect to see many species of birds during their outing, including teal, mallards, widgeon, gadwall, a variety of diving ducks, geese, swans, and grouse to name a few. The blue ribbon New Fork and Green Rivers host rainbow, brook, brown and cutthroat trout, all of which thrive on the cold water temperatures these glacial-fed waterways provide. Many other animals, such as moose, bears, wolves, mountain lions, deer, elk, antelope, and predatory birds such as eagles and ospreys abound, so our clients are often treated to as much wildlife viewing as actual hunting and fishing over the course of a day.

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The Birds and the…Trout

A wide variety of waterfowl and other animals stake their clam in the vast area surrounding Pinedale. Cast and Blast clients can expect to see many species of birds during their outing, including teal, mallards, widgeon, gadwall, a variety of diving ducks, geese, swans, and grouse to name a few. The blue ribbon New Fork and Green Rivers host rainbow, brook, brown and cutthroat trout, all of which thrive on the cold water temperatures these glacial-fed waterways provide. Many other animals, such as moose, bears, wolves, mountain lions, deer, elk, antelope, and predatory birds such as eagles and ospreys abound, so our clients are often treated to as much wildlife viewing as actual hunting and fishing over the course of a day.

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The Season

Wyoming’s Cast and Blast season runs from September 22 through November. Clients need a Wyoming state fishing license, Conservation stamp, HIP stamp, Migratory Game Bird license, and a Federal Duck stamp. Federal Duck stamps can be purchased at your local post office. Hunters are also required to have a valid, current Hunter Safety certificate to participate. Come prepared with warm clothes and waders-the weather fluctuates rapidly and without warning in the mountain-west. Plan on cold mornings, but warm autumn sunshine, rain, sleet, snow, and hail are all possible within a single day, and these weather changes can be hazardous if not properly prepared for. Wyoming weather is frequently variable-trips will not be cancelled, nor postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

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FAQ

Where do we meet? 2018-04-01T17:57:15+00:00

All trips will meet at the shop unless otherwise arranged.

Two Rivers Fishing Co.
232 West Pine Street
Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

What’s included in a Cast and Blast trip? 2018-08-18T18:29:49+00:00

Our guides are knowledgeable, experienced, and certified in Wilderness First Aid, including CPR, and are equipped with a First-Aid kit. Each are experienced fishing and hunting guides. Years of local scouting, waterfowl hunting and trout guiding come together for our Cast and Blast trips, and when combined with the best use of decoys and calling methods, your outing is sure to be memorable. Knowledgeable guides take care of the decoys, brush for the blind, bird identification and calling the birds into shooting range. Your canine guides will retrieve your downed birds before they float downriver. Light breakfasts, lunch and beverages (including coffee) are provided. For the fishing side of things, all flies for the day are provided by the guide. Rental rods and other equipment are available if needed-contact us to make a reservation.

 

What should I bring for a Cast and Blast trip? 2018-08-18T18:04:43+00:00

Whether you are a fast and furious one-dayer or going in for the 5-day long haul, the basic needs are the same. Click here to see a comprehensive list of required and recommended gear. If you have questions, reach out to us directly and we’ll help in any way we can.

What is your cancellation policy for Cast and Blast trips? 2018-08-18T18:08:57+00:00

A 50% deposit is required to secure a reservation within 7 days of booking your trip. In case of a cancellation, the deposit is fully refundable less a $100 processing fee if the written cancellation request is received prior to 90 days of the trip date. For cancellations within 90-60 days of arrival, the deposit is non-refundable. Requests to move an already scheduled trip date will be treated as a cancellation and a new booking. The balance of the trip is due within 60 days of the trip. If a cancellation must be made within 60 days of arrival no refund will be issued. Due to the nature of permitting required for our advanced bookings, we can not make exceptions to our cancellation policy. Wyoming weather is often variable-trips will not be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. If you are at all concerned with the cancellation possibility, we strongly encourage you to purchase trip insurance. Unexpected events do arise and travel insurance is very reasonable. There are many good travel insurance providers, but we recommend Travelguard as a good option.  You can either complete the online quote on their website or call one of their agents.

FAQ

Where do we meet? 2018-04-01T17:57:15+00:00

All trips will meet at the shop unless otherwise arranged.

Two Rivers Fishing Co.
232 West Pine Street
Pinedale, Wyoming 82941

What’s included in a Cast and Blast trip? 2018-08-18T18:29:49+00:00

Our guides are knowledgeable, experienced, and certified in Wilderness First Aid, including CPR, and are equipped with a First-Aid kit. Each are experienced fishing and hunting guides. Years of local scouting, waterfowl hunting and trout guiding come together for our Cast and Blast trips, and when combined with the best use of decoys and calling methods, your outing is sure to be memorable. Knowledgeable guides take care of the decoys, brush for the blind, bird identification and calling the birds into shooting range. Your canine guides will retrieve your downed birds before they float downriver. Light breakfasts, lunch and beverages (including coffee) are provided. For the fishing side of things, all flies for the day are provided by the guide. Rental rods and other equipment are available if needed-contact us to make a reservation.

 

What should I bring for a Cast and Blast trip? 2018-08-18T18:04:43+00:00

Whether you are a fast and furious one-dayer or going in for the 5-day long haul, the basic needs are the same. Click here to see a comprehensive list of required and recommended gear. If you have questions, reach out to us directly and we’ll help in any way we can.

What is your cancellation policy for Cast and Blast trips? 2018-08-18T18:08:57+00:00

A 50% deposit is required to secure a reservation within 7 days of booking your trip. In case of a cancellation, the deposit is fully refundable less a $100 processing fee if the written cancellation request is received prior to 90 days of the trip date. For cancellations within 90-60 days of arrival, the deposit is non-refundable. Requests to move an already scheduled trip date will be treated as a cancellation and a new booking. The balance of the trip is due within 60 days of the trip. If a cancellation must be made within 60 days of arrival no refund will be issued. Due to the nature of permitting required for our advanced bookings, we can not make exceptions to our cancellation policy. Wyoming weather is often variable-trips will not be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. If you are at all concerned with the cancellation possibility, we strongly encourage you to purchase trip insurance. Unexpected events do arise and travel insurance is very reasonable. There are many good travel insurance providers, but we recommend Travelguard as a good option.  You can either complete the online quote on their website or call one of their agents.

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