Cache Creek in Yellowstone National Park is a tributary of the Lamar River. In 1863, a group of trappers were camping along this creek when they were surprised by a group of Indians. The Indians stole all but a couple of mules, so the party had to cache (hide) their remaining supplies. The creek took its name from this event. This creek has a great supply of Cutthroat Trout and is ideal for a few days of fishing.
On our first day we’ll ride 8 miles to the Lower Cache Creek site where we’ll set up our home away from home for the next two nights. We’ll begin fishing as soon as we arrive in camp as it lies right on the creek. We’ll spend day two fishing up and down Cache Creek
exploring the pockets and pools, which hold nice vibrant Cutthroat Trout. Anyone who is not up for fishing can ride up Cache Creek for some photography. We will ride alongside the Thunderer for some great alpine shots or the occasional buffalo, wolf, or bear meandering up and down the trail. Our 3rd and 4th days will be spent a couple of miles further upstream for some un-fished waters filled with pools and runs. Our nights will be filled with tales around the camp fire, fantastic food, and relaxation. On our last day, you’ll fish around camp while the guides pack things up and then head back toward home.
$2420.00 per person (5 Booked/3 Available)