Cody, Wyoming & Surrounding Area
Guided Shoreline Fishing & Hiking Trips
My goal is to teach people that want to learn, so they can go fishing alone with more confidence. If you know me, you know that I was born with a fishing pole in my hands. My dad would brag to his buddies and say, “That boy could catch a fish out of a mud puddle.” Fishing is me, and I am fishing. Any species. Any water. Any (legal) method. Let me take you fishing. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Fishing Trip Options
We offer a unique fishing experience that allows you to explore the beauty of the Rocky Mountains while also enjoying the thrill of the catch. Our shore fishing trips provide you with the opportunity to fish in some of the most breathtaking places in Cody, Wyoming. Whether you choose to walk in, drive to or horseback ride you’ll be able to go fishing and take in the stunning mountain views. Book your trip today and let’s go fishing.
"5-stars for sure!!! Brian showed our kids how to get the hook ready and cast to the best areas of the river. The kids caught 6 fish!!!! Brian knows the best areas for fishing but he is also extremely knowledgeable about many many other things! He showed the kids different kinds of rocks and educated them on how they formed. He also taught us a lot about not just the general area but gave us great information on hiking and hunting."
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a fishing license?
If you are an adult, yes. You can purchase online here or a license retailer such as Walmart and Rocky Mountain Discount Sports. If you are bringing a minor along with you, please reference this page on Game and Fish's website to determine if you need one or not.
What species are available to target?
There are a wide variety of trout species to target. Rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, lake trout. There are other game fish to target like walleye, perch, and catfish. Sauger and hybrid bluegill. My expertise is in targeting walleye in the Buffalo Bill Reservoir of which there is no limit and catfish in Big Horn Lake.
Do I need to bring anything?
The most important thing to have is quality footwear. if you didn't bring any, check out Waynes Boot Shop in Cody. The terrain varies from easy to rugged and rocky shoreline. Sunscreen’s also recommended. Be sure to bring some sleeves and warmer clothes just in case. You might also consider wearing appropriate clothing for mosquitoes.
What methods do you use?
We use Spincast fishing gear and various methods including live and artificial bait. Snags and hangups are common so don’t let that discourage you. We have plenty of tackle.
Can we eat the fish?
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has recommendations on eating fish that you should familiarize yourself with. You are welcome to keep any legal limits.
Where can we fish?
We most commonly fish on the shores of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. We can also fish places on the North Fork, South Fork, Lower Shoshone River, and the Bighorn River.
Have any more questions?
Reach out to Brian directly via texting at 307-272-4515, calling, or emailing.