Wyoming is known as “The Cowboy State” and the least populous state in the country, with just under 600,000 residents, 10% of that live in the state’s capital of Cheyenne. It’s also home to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park close to a 109,000 of river, much of which offer some of the most outstanding Rocky Mountain trout fly fishing in the Lower 48. Wyoming is a land of contrasting topography; in the western half dominated by the Rocky Mountains, while the eastern half of the state is high-elevation prairie called the “High Plains”. We love Wyoming for its wide open landscape, few people and excellent trout fly fishing opportunities.

French Creek Sportsman’s Club

Rainbow & Brown Trout

French Creek Sportsman’s Club is part of Brush Creek Lodge, a collection of all-inclusive guest ranches encompassing 30,000 acres in Southern Wyoming. These guest ranches uphold the past western ranch heritage and tradition while...
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