Category Archives: Wyoming

North America’s Most Interesting Hatches

I take a lot of pride in putting together what I hope all you would consider to be a great magazine. If you haven’t looked at American Angler in the past year or two, take a glance. I’ve changed it … Continue reading

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Bighorn River Algae Could Be A Pain This Summer

Montana’s Bighorn River is one of my favorite streams, with a variety of water and scads of trout. I used to fish it strictly during winter but I’ve made a few summer ventures there, too. And algae often is an … Continue reading

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100 Miles of Fish Habitat open for Greybull River cutthroat

I used to bounce around the West way more often than I do now, but that was when gas was super cheap, I didn’t have kids, and the only things that mattered to me were, Where was my next fish … Continue reading

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Trout Saturation, Wyoming’s Wind River Range

Too much trout and a poached Baby Ruth lead to a Mexi-shack miracle. The last time I tried to survive on trout for a week, a major summer storm blew into the mountains and temperatures dropped below freezing. A three-season … Continue reading

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