Fly Fish It Up In Wyoming

Fly fishing is one of the most exciting adventures ever known in the history of the United States. If you conduct a study of the top ten leisure activities of the regular American, it is expected that fly fishing would be on the top. One of the best visited places of most anglers is Wyoming. Regardless of whether you want to fly fish in freshwater or in saltwater, Wyoming has many options to offer. Everything is present in Wyoming – from the swift canyon river and pocket waters up to casting to the bank. There are many places that can give you the type of fly fishing you want. Wyoming is one of these few places since it usually provides …

Backpacking in Yellowstone

With fresh air in the lungs and boots on your feet hike along… Beaver Ponds One of Yellowstone’s shorter loop trails then wanders through both meadows and forest. Black bears and Wild Flowers usually dominate the flora and fauna of this part of the world. Fairy Falls 197-foot Fairy Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in Yellowstone, The longest and most scenic route starts at the Fountain Flat Drive barricade. Grebe Lake A trail used mainly by fishermen and backpackers, the trail goes to Grebe Lake, which make up the headwaters of the Gibbon River system. Deer and moose are oftentimes spotted along the trail and at the Lake Grizzly Lake Starting out in a meadow, then climbing 250 …