Our longest Expedition for those looking for a challenge with the ultimate reward of big trout!
Yellowstone and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are a fly fishermen’s paradise. The thousands of miles of water offer something for everyone. Beginner’s can find non stop action for small but eager trout or advanced anglers can refine their skills on technical water filled with large but selective trout. This expedition is designed specifically for those seeking the latter. With 19 days and a more flexible itinerary we will have time to chase trophy trout on all of Yellowstone’s most famous rivers. Matching blanket caddis hatches on the Madison, nymphing up trophy cutthroat on the Gardner, throwing hoppers on Slough Creek, pounding the banks of the Yellowstone with big streamers, and when it is time to wrap things up we will head back to Jackson and join guides from Orvis Endorsed World Cast Anglers for a full day float fishing trip down the Snake River. This is the perfect expedition for the experienced angler looking to take their fly fishing skills to the next level! Hurry up space is limited (preference given to returning LFFE participants)
|Jul 11 - Jul 29, 2019Jul 31 - Aug 18, 2019||
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- Community Service
Learn and practice advanced fly fishing techniques
- Fish some of America’s most famous rivers including the Madison, Gardner, and Lamar
- Float fish the productive and scenic waters of the Snake from a drift boat with guides from Orvis Endorsed World Cast Anglers
- Take in the natural beauty of Yellowstone’s unique ecosystem
- Camp out under a blanket of stars
- Enjoy great food while reliving your adventure with friends around the campfire
Our 13 year old son did the Yellowstone trip last year, and it could not have been more positive. He describes it as "life changing", and he came home from the trip strong, tan and happy. He had wonderful stories of watching otters play as the fished, amazing wildlife and sleeping in a hammock with the brightest stars he had ever seen above him. Will was a wonderful leader and mentor, and we highly recommend this program!
The Yellowstone Expedition begins and ends at the Jackson, WY Airport. For students flying to and from the trip start, you can look for flights that arrive at any time on the first day of the trip. On the last day of the trip flights that depart before 2 pm are ideal. Please contact us to receive the full parent itinerary including the schedule of our periodic trip updates.
A flexible itinerary allows us to go wherever the fishing is best. Count on wetting a line on Yellowstone’s most notorious waters including the Yellowstone, Lamar, Gardner, and Slough Creek. The final three days will include some volunteering within the National Park, float fishing the Snake, and a delicious banquet dinner at a local Jackson Hole restaurant.
- Yellowstone Cutthroat
- Snake River Cutthroat
- Brown, Rainbow
- Brook trout
- Madison River
- Snake River
- Gardner River
- Lamar River
- Yellowstone River
- Slough Creek
- many more