Spring Fly Fishing in Wyoming

Today we are graced with huge snowflakes in Central Wyoming. Fishing isn’t suffering but the guides and guests are a little bit. These conditions remind us that fly anglers are a hearty bunch and the experience isn’t always about how we can most easily stick a pile of fish. Often these days yield some of the best fishing and the big dogs feel less vulnerable. Anglers are exposed to mother nature but being well prepared and charging into the day makes great memories. You get a bit of the survivalist mentality and success is that much sweeter…

Lew Sandler was a huge fan of inclement weather and his two annual trips were designed to drag his fishing buddies into the worst conditions possible. RIP Lew.