Wood River Brown Trout, Fly Fishing Guide Trip

Wood River

If catching large Browns on the surface is what it takes to get your heart racing, then the Wood River is where you'll want to be.

If watching these wild fish slurp down a PMD, Green Drake, or BWO during the early season isn't excitement enough, then wait until August and September.

During these months, grasshoppers are lining the banks. There's nothing like witnessing a large Brown Trout exploding from an undercut bank, slamming your hopper imitation on this true spring creek.

During fall, there's a prolific hatch of BWO's and Mahogany Duns, but the bigger trout are usually caught swinging streamers on sinking lines.

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