Skwala Special Guided Trip Offerings

January 16, 2017

Well its hard to imagine fishing as I stare out the window at the unbelievable ice flow that we'll be throwing dry flies in about 6 weeks. The good news about a harsh winter is that the fish have had a break.  Really since Thanksgiving time we've been pretty much iced out which gives the trout a well deserved break.  They will be strong, healthy, and hungry this spring.

In order to get you off the couch, we're launching the same exact offer that we did last year. Its called our "Skwala Special" named after our most prolific early spring hatch, the Skwala Stonefly. At times the dry fly fishing will be incredible. Many other times it can be non-existent... but that in itself is the allure of fly fishing adventures. You just never know.

Regardless of the bite we have a friendly and skilled guide crew that wants to get you on the river for a price that is palatable for anyone.

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Skwala Special Trip Details:

  • Offer Valid on Trips: 2/1/2017 - 4/15/2017
  • One Day/One Night: $449 per boat ($224.50 per angler). There is no dinner or breakfast included in this package. Please visit the Canyon River Grill page to see the current hours. Based on Double Occupancy.
  • Single Day Trip - 6 Hours on the River no Lodge Stay: $299 per boat (1 or 2 anglers)
  • All Trips Include a Riverside Lunch!
  • Includes Vehicle Shuttle Service (as long as we fish the Lower Canyon you won't be following the guide up or down the river in your own vehicle). Upper river trips excluded.
  • Includes flies, rods, non alcoholic drinks, tackle, (waders are available to rent).
  • Meeting Time: Trips typically meet at 10 am or 11 am.
  • Payment in Full: Payment in full for these trips is required at the time of booking
  1. Is the skwala hatch dependent on water temperature? Based on the shops history when(dates based on history) do the skwala typically hatch? We are flexible to drive up when you know the bug is present.
  2. Hi Charley, 42 degrees is said to be the number, but day length barometer etc. will have a bearing as well. If you really want to see dry fly fishing, trip for late March.
  3. Hi Joe, Will there be any steelhead fishing in March. I have family ( kids and grandkids in Spokane ); and we plan on spending a few days with them. It would be a good time to check the fl fishing out, as we live in Southwest Wyoming.