Wyoming Adventures


  Your Guide To Fly Fishing Wyoming's Bighorn River 

The flows have dropped and the river is getting clearer. Fish are chowing on big meals such as crayfish, leeches, crane fly larvae, annelids and caddis pupae,  The flows are down to 2200 cfs and the fishing is really good. Give us a call today for more details.  


Call John Schwalbe at 307-272-6792


Why fish the Bighorn in Wyoming? Why us?


Wyoming Adventures is a guide service that has been operating in Thermopolis for over 20 years. As a matter of fact we are the only locally owned service available for fishing the Bighorn River. This  gives us a leg up with any competitors due to the fact that we are on the river countless hours a year and are in tune with the trout behaviors and feeding trends from season to season. This stretch of the Bighorn is special due to population (2500-3000/mi.) and average sized fish (16"-18") I don't know of any other place that can boast as we can. Every trip with few exceptions you will have the opportunity to catch trout ( Rainbows, Browns, and Cutthroat) in the 20"+ range. For most of the year casting dries to rising trout mixed with blind casting terrestrials means that you will find most of your trout on the surface. That with many productive streamer and nymph days keeps everyone happy no matter what tactic of catching fish your into.  Also understand that there are many days where you can still be one of the only boats on the river. This makes the experience for the angler something that's special and rare today.

Ernies reward on a cold day.

Big Browns

Big Smiles!!

Perfect overcast hopper day.

Beautiful Bows

Top water reward
Cutt large fish pictures

Colored Cutts

Cutt on a streamer

come fish in style on our Adipose skiff.

Drift in style with our McKenzie  drift boats.