Savery Creek, Wyoming

It’s been a busy summer so I haven’t posted for a while.  Mary Ann and I recently took a 3 week trip to Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho for some fantastic fly fishing.  I’ll share some photos from Savery Creek, Wyoming in this post.  Savery Creek is a very large working cattle ranch in central Southern Wyoming.  They have 18 miles of private trout water on their ranch.  And, they put strong limitations on the numbers of guests staying at the lodge so the water doesn’t get overfished.  First, Savery Creek is a very small tail water, populated with big rainbows, a few browns, and a few tiger trout.  Most of our fish were between 14″ and 20″.  All their fishing is guided, and our guides, Bryce and Matt, did a fantastic job.  We fished 4 days on the ranch, and never put on a subsurface fly….everything was dry fly fishing, mostly with cicadas, hoppers, ants, and some smaller mayflies and caddis.  Mary Ann and I both fished 5 wt bamboo fly rods. Fishing was great, the lodge was great, and the meals were great.  All in all, we had a fantastic time and are hoping to get back there next year.  Here are a few photos:

Getting to the Lodge…crossing Savery Creek.

Savery Creek, Wyoming

Inside the Lodge at Savery Creek.

Searching for a fish.

A typical Savery Creek Rainbow.

A beautiful Rainbow.

A nice Savery Creek Trophy.

 

 

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