WorldCast Anglers has access to the best lakes and reservoirs in Wyoming, Idaho, and Yellowstone Park. ?For those that have not experienced fly fishing lakes and reservoirs, there is nothing like it! Anglers can have great days catching tremendous fish on these waters while the area rivers and streams are muddy and cold from runoff. In general, lakes often hold the largest trout, and the lakes in our area are no different. A 20″ fish on a river might be the fish of the day, but on a lake like Lewis Lake or Henry’s Lake, the smallest fish of the day might be 20″. Browns, rainbows, cutthroat, brook trout, cuttbows all inhabit these reservoirs and readily devour dry flies, nymphs and streamers. And the lake take . . . it’s like the fish is trying to pull the rod out of your hands! WorldCast Anglers has selected a group of experienced lake guides from among our ranks to show you these amazing trips. These guides will meet you with their boat in tow, lunch and drinks in the cooler, specific equipment for lake fishing packed away and take you to some of the best water for big trout. Our fly shop stocks flies specific to the area stillwaters, and your guide can help you select some of these patterns for your day as well as show you some trusted standards that will consistently produce.
On Lewis Lake you can cast dry flies to rising brown trout slashing at mayflies on the surface. Henry’s Lake offers opportunities to catch 5 to 10 pound trout on nymphs and streamers. Anglers can have fantastic action early in the season on Palisades Reservoir for rainbows and cutthroat on streamers. Each lake offers a great fishing experience in a beautiful setting. Let WorldCast Anglers introduce these exciting trips to you . . .! Yellowstone National Park,?Bureau of Land Management?and?Caribou-Targhee National Forests Permitee. Equal Opportunity Provider.
Lakes and Reservoirs include:
Island Park Reservoir
Check out our Lakes and Reservoirs Fly Fishing Reports.