Wyoming, July 2010   Leave a comment

Last July, my wife Rebecca and I took a trip to the Grand Tetons and Jackson,  Wyoming with our good friend Courtney and Brian. Brian and I did some fly fishing, landing a total of three Cutthroats, while Courtney and Rebecca went shopping and on a day trip to Yellowstone. We spent a day together at Jenny Lake and Cascade Canyon as well.

This is beautiful country, no doubt about it. If you’ve never seen the Tetons in person, you will surely want to someday. They are breathtaking.

The trout water is very different from our spring-fed creeks, as they are reliant on snowmelt and precipitation, along with hatching insects that provide food for trout. Brian and I were told later that we likely fished too low for July conditions, and that we should have fished a bit higher in elevation. It is essential to find a reputable fly shop for advice on which rivers are in good shape each day.

I hope you enjoy the photos!

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