We started in Denver after my dads 80th Birthday celebration. Heading towards Sheridan Wyoming north straight up I -25 . Seven hours later with the help of 80 miles per hour speed limit we arrived . Sheridan is a great little town , with lots of fun , free things to do while staying there. The Fly shop of the Big Horn mts is a great place to stop and shop and gather info for this amazing over looked area. We where told by my brother Curt to fish the N. fork of the Tongue river (creek) up by the state hwy shed on hwy 14A. The upper area is a gorgeous valley full of willows and Moose , also a heck of a lot of Cut Bows...
Next we traveled the pass to the Big Horn river valley to the west and towards Cody...Oh Cody , great old west type town and talk about a over looked trout fishery. There are rivers in every direction and small off the beaten path creeks as well...too much to explore in a few days. Enter Tim Wades fly shop on Main st. Cody,(NorthFork Anglers) amazing store with a great staff ! Info , flies, everything you could need to really ask yourself why am I going into the park ? But into the park we went, and it was worth it as my son had never seen Yellowstone park. I night in The old faithful inn and amazing food at the restaurant too ! 50.00 dollars for the two of us for dinner was well worth it !
Fished the Fire Hole , the Gibbon , and the Yellowstone on the way out.
A wonderful trip and amazing fishing in Wyoming in places that I never heard of... Will go back to see Tim Wade and pick through his fly box !