Two Rivers Fishing Co. offers drift boat fishing trips on the Green and New Fork Rivers. We float the Green River from its origin, Green River Lakes, to Fontenelle Reservoir in Western Wyoming. While the majority of our trips are full day floats, we do offer half-day trips and can also customize our trips to fit individual desires. Each trip is set up for the guide and two clients per drift boat. Large lunches and beverages, sure to please any palate, are provided. Fishing trips usually start around 8:00 in the morning.
Float Trip Options
Half-day floats pack a lot of fishing in a short amount of time. Half-day floats can run from 8:00 to 12:00, or from 12:00 to 4:00 (lunch is not provided). Our clients still benefit from our knowledgeable guides’ expertise, experience, and enthusiasm. Beverages and snacks will be provided. In between casts, watch for moose in the willows.
Our full-day floats offer the best of western trout fishing over the course of an entire day. Our trips depart around 8:00 every morning, and the day wraps up around 4:00. Full-day floats include beverages, large lunches, and snacks. Aside from experiencing the world-class fisheries in the area, anglers frequently see abundant wildlife during their float.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge holds 26 miles of the finest fly fishing water Wyoming has to offer. Two Rivers Fishing Company works under Wind River Troutfitters, LLC permit to offer guided fishing trips within the Seedskadee Boundaries. This section of the Green River is one of the most highly sought-after stretches of water in western Wyoming.
In addition to being a great fishery, the Green River has a rich history-mountain man fur trading rendezvous took place on the banks of the Upper Green from the early 1800s. The Green River can be enjoyed by the beginner and intermediate fisherman, but can also provide a great challenge for the more advanced fishers. The Green has an abundant population of Rainbows from 10- to 16-inches, but the possibilities of catching Rainbows over 20 inches are very common. Browns of 14- to 18-inches are frequently caught, and here again lunkers over 20 inches are available. The Green is also home to Cutthroat and Brook trout.
New Fork River
The New Fork River flows out of the New Fork Lakes which are nestled at the base of the Wind River Mountains. With very little public access, this wild trout fishery is a haven for Brown and Rainbow trout in the 14- to 24-inch class. The New Fork is challenging for all fly fishers, but the rewards of trophy trout are great. Fishing this river will be a memorable experience.
New Fork River
The New Fork River flows out of the New Fork Lakes which are nestled at the base of the Wind River Mountains. This wild trout fishery is a haven for Brown and Rainbow trout in the 14 to 24 inch class. The New Fork is challenging for all fly fishers, but the rewards of trophy trout are great. Fishing this river will be a memorable experience.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge boasts 26 miles of the finest fly fishing water Wyoming has to offer. Two Rivers Fishing Company worked under Wind River Troutfitters, LLC permit to offer guided fishing trips within its boundaries from April 1-October 31. With its abundant wildlife, controlled guiding, stunning views and big tailwater trout, a trip to Seedskadee is a once-in-a-lifetime float and Two Rivers Fishing Company can make it happen. This tailwater tests anglers’ skills with dries, nymphs and big streamers. In the fall, Kokanee Salmon run up the river to spawn, earning Seedskadee the nickname “Li’l Alaska.” Contact TRFC to book your trip on this unbelievable section of the Green River.