Archive for the ‘big brown trout’ Category

 

September can be the best month of the year!

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

huge wyoming brown trout

humpback  brown trout do exist….

Come join us this month for some of the best fishing of the year. Headhunting,  Streamer, Nymphing, and Terrestrial fishing are all available.

As hunting season begins the river will empty and offer solitude and large trout for the non-hunting anglers! Come join us for a September adventure in Wyoming.

Give us a call! 307.438.0740

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happy holidays from us

Monday, December 26th, 2011

dean keister with a hopper caught brown

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM US AT 307!!! looking forward to 2012.

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big fish of the fall 2010

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

28″

24″

25″

24″

30″

it was an amazing fall for us at 307 outfitters to say the least. these are a few of the biggest fish we landed this fall season. we have to sort thru the archives to find more photos and then we will post a  2010 recap of the biggest fish from the start of the season to the end. we are happy with the outcome of our first season. there is always room for improvement and growth. we are looking forward to next season and many more to come after that. with the end of 2010 nearing we welcome 2011 and what is shaping up to be another fantastic season. we are happy to announce that we will now offer lodging for clients at the Broken Anvil Ranch outside of Lander, Wyoming which means not only will our guest have world class fishing but now world class accommodations on a 7,000 acre working cattle ranch at the base of the Wind River Mountains. we will go into greater detail after the new years. until then enjoy the photos and keep an eye out for a big update of the big fish of 2010. until then happy holidays and tight lines! Capt. Charles

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egg monger

Monday, December 6th, 2010

i told this guy id make him famous…. nothing like lining a hen brown and taking her eggs… pretty standard sight in upstate new york…. brutal

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quick update from 307

Monday, December 6th, 2010

sorry for the lack of updates. we have been busy revamping the website and have been making lots of changes. we will now offer cabins on the ranch available to 307 outfitter clients…. good news for you and us. more on this to come. in the mean time we have been out in upstate new york putting the hurt to big lake fish. we will put a trip report up today with some photos! enjoy the weather and stay warms. REMEMBER IF YOUR FISHING THE STATE PARK get thru the BROODSTOCK to get to the wild fish!

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big fish all around

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

28″

25″

oh my….

fishing has been steady and is only improving. trying to break 3o”s this week

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november brown trout

Monday, November 8th, 2010

scary big browns in the state park according to dip the border collie. fishing is steady from the dam thru town. pick a spot and get after it. november weather is finally here. stick it out and you will be rewarded. short leash. long leash. dries or streamers? all are working

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lander, wyoming fly fishing

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

nice brown trout from the other day. we were forced to nymph today below the dam. fishing was decent, but we definitely worked for our fish. micah and chris from up the hill came and fished. always a pleasure to have such good clients. we will be seeing them again for sure.

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fishing has been steady

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Even with the raise in the flows. fished yesterday and did well. all sight fishing except for 2 fish. most of the fish i saw i caught with the pin. fish did not want to cooperate for photos and without a net I gave up after awhile. got one nice cutt that took the fly away from a big brown that i was fishing to. nice fish regardless…. back out tomorrow.  majority of the fish came on bwo nymphs.

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fly fishing is a blood sport

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010


i haven’t had a fish turn over on me and not swim off in a long time. I cannot remember the last time a fish hasn’t swum off. I will kill hatchery steelhead without a problem but it is hard to watch a nice brown not make it. this hen took my streamer DEEP and took the back hook deep in her gills… needless to say it made me realize what i have always known, that fly fishing is a blood sport whether you want it to be or not. regardless this fish was kept after trying to revive her for close to 20 minutes. she was taken home by JP and baked for mother’s day.

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